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PSNI to publish biometrics data retention policy following settling of human rights case

Force admits bringing in voluntary compliance within a year will prove 'complex'.

Pleased: New policy will make it 'clearer to the public why their DNA or fingerprints may be retained', says NI Human Rights Commission

Pleased: New policy will make it 'clearer to the public why their DNA or fingerprints may be retained', says NI Human Rights Commission

Date - 9th January 2019
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
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A force has promised to strike a “proportionate balance” over its future DNA retention policy after admitting government delays and lack of a Northern Ireland Executive left vital collaborative work with partner agencies on legislation...
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