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DNA database most effective since records began

Official figures released today demonstrate the 'continuing effectiveness' of the database according to the policing minister.

The NDNAD does not keep records for the amount of successful prosecutions matches are linked to

The NDNAD does not keep records for the amount of successful prosecutions matches are linked to

Date - 24th February 2017
By - John Toner - Police Oracle
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The National DNA Database has had its most effective year since it came it was created in 2003. Figures released by the Home Office yesterday show the match rate of crime scene profiles loaded onto the database has hit 63.3 per cent. This included...
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