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There is a lot of confusion about the role of the CSU in the DEPD and the use of a DNA database. Unless some rules are established the CSU role, however exciting it is to rp a CSU employee, proper rp is not possible. Do the CSU laborants/investigators have access to a DNA database? If yes, is it the Federal DNA database or is it only a local Dead End system without the option to check the national db? This seems nitpicking but in my opinion it is important to establish this, if CSU has access to the FDD there is a high chance of finding matching data of the DNA retrieved from a crime scene and this can have a huge impact on the storyline.
The way it goes now is...a CSU ( like Ming ) retrieves DNA from a crime scene and needs to find a match with the data in a database. But can she ICly? And where? No one knows, please set up some strict guidelines so the role of CSU can be rp-ed properly, as it is now a NPC would suffice because there is really nothing a CSU can do but walk into the PD, switch the pc on and stare at the screen...end of rp for the CSU.

January 26, 2014 at 2:14 pm
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January 27, 2014 at 1:23 pm
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