Thu, 17 May 2007
NDNAD - one annual report and 162,200 duff records
The Home Office published the
Annual Report for 2005-06 of the National DNA Database (NDNAD) Board
that between 1995 and 2005 approximately the NDNAD unit tried to load 126,200 erroneous records onto the database, of which only 26,200 were stopped by the system.
Some related links:
One hundred and fifteen exceptional cases last year
Forensic use of bioinformation and human rights
Turning Britain into a nation of suspects - 3
Brent Concil calls on the Police to destroy DNA records of innocents
Should the Police keep your DNA forever?