United Kingdom National DNA Database
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The EUROFORGEN Network of Excellence has brought together some of the leading individuals and groups in European forensic genetic… Expand This paper presents a framework for the design of human-centric identity management systems. Whilst many identity systems over… Expand Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to discuss the UK National DNA Database (NDNAD) and some of the controversies surrounding… Expand Chapters in the book explain the scientific developments which have enabled DNA profiling to be applied to criminal investigation… Expand The increasing use of DNA databases has made them the subject of a number of debates, academic and non-academic. The England and… Expand The forensic database of England and Wales is the largest in the world with profiles from over 3 million people. Samples can be… Expand The recent incorporation of forensic DNA identification technology into the criminal justice systems of a growing number of… Expand Abstract The success of the established National DNA databases (NDNAD) in linking crimes and nominating possible suspects has… Expand Forensic DNA databases are becoming an increasingly valuable law enforcement tool for convicting repeat offenders and exonerating… Expand