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Experienced: Chua wants CID officers to make use of technology to streamline investigation processes. — The Straits Times/Asia News Network

SINGAPORE: Ask Singapore’s Criminal Investigation Department’s (CID) new director Florence Chua what keeps her going and her answer is clear: helping families find closure.

“The satisfaction of bringing closure to the family and victims, and keeping perpetrators off the street, these are the moments (that mean the most),” she said.

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