NC Innocence Inquiry Commission Director Elected President of NC Association for Property and Evidence

March 26, 2018

North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission Executive Director, Lindsey Guice Smith, was elected President of the North Carolina Association for Property and Evidence (NCAPE). The announcement was made on March 21, 2018 by NCAPE Executive Director Tim Culp during the 2018 Spring Training Conference, which was held at Carolina Beach, NC. Ms. Guice Smith will serve a three-year term.

Ms. Guice Smith has been a member of NCAPE since 2013. She served as Vice President from March 2015 to March 2018.
“I am honored to have been chosen by evidence custodians from criminal justice agencies across North Carolina to lead NCAPE over the next three years. I look forward to working with Director Tim Culp, my fellow board members, and members of NCAPE to bring attention to the needs of evidence custodians throughout North Carolina and to provide quality training in this area.”
NCAPE is an association of peers joined together to develop and implement standards, to educate stakeholders in the evidence process on the importance of professional evidence technicians, and to facilitate training to increase the knowledge and skills of those handling evidence in North Carolina. *

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