Forensic Science Centre of
Lithuania
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

ABOUT US

   Forensic Science Centre of Lithuania (FSCL) is a governmental institution of public administration. Its main task is to carry out forensic examinations required by courts and other pre-trial investigation institutions.

   The main activities of FSCL are:

  • Forensic examinations;
  • Research and methodical work;
  • Training of experts and recognition of qualifications.

   Currently there are 32 types of examinations performed in 8 departments. The institution is accredited according to  LST EN ISO/IEC 17025 standard for 27 forensic science methods. Accreditation status means that FSCL has developed and successfully operates internationally recognized quality policy and management system, which covers all processes in the institution.

   FSCL has broad collaborative relations with Lithuanian and foreign forensic institutions. Since 1995 it has been a member of European network of Forensic Science Institution (ENFSI) and since 2008 - a member of Baltic States Forensic Institution Association.

   Organizational structure of Forensic science centre of Lithuania

 

  

 

Contacts

Information in English can be provided by:

Deputy Director Vidmantas Vaitekūnas, tel: +370 5 263 8540

Personal data protection officer Aušra Krikštaponytė, +370 5 263 8577

 

Central office

Lvovo str. 19 a, LT-09313 Vilnius, tel: +370 5 2638540, fax: +370 5 2728268, e-mail: info@ltec.lt

Klaipėda department

Vilties str. 10, LT-92231 Klaipėda, tel. / fax: +370 46 311279, e-mail: klaipeda@ltec.lt

Šiauliai department

Vilniaus str. 269, LT-76332 Šiauliai, tel. / fax: +370 41 523392, e-mail: siauliai@ltec.lt

  Working hours

Monday to Thursday             8:00 - 17:00
Friday                                 8:00 - 15:45
Lunch break                        12.00 - 12.45
On the eve of public holidays working hours are shortened by one hour.

 

 
 
Address: Lvovo st. 19a, LT-09313 Vilnius, Lithuania
Telephone: +370 5 2638540, Fax: +370 5 2728268
E-mail: info@ltec.lt
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