Combined DNA Index System

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Combined DNA Index System



A database maintained by the FBI of DNA samples obtained from crime scenes and directly from convicted criminals. The system is used to generate investigative leads in the evaluation of criminal behavior such as sexual assaults and murders.
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In addition, sample matching will be conducted in a secure manner using a unique network and software program called the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) developed by the FBI and the US Department of Justice, and provided to the National DNA Data Bank for law enforcement purposes.
SEACAP uses DNA evidence left by an unknown attacker and the Combined DNA Index System, to identify the perpetrators of unsolved stranger-on-stranger sexual assault crimes.
Blood from the scene was submitted to the state lab to be compared with samples in the Combined DNA Index System, known as CODIS.
Lovato's DNA profile in the state's Combined DNA Index System, Ms.
The contract award builds on Unisys work for the FBI and DOJ, such as the FBI's Next Generation Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), the DOJ Asset Forfeiture Management program, and the Bureau of Prisons Inmate Telephone System.
In May 2006, the FBI Combined DNA Index System reported a match with Mr.
With the addition of the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) at the FBI and state DNA databases, the Center for Human Identification is able to enter DNA profiles to facilitate identification with other laboratories.
Stone was first discovered in April after genetic profiles from both cases were entered into the Combined DNA Index System.
The 2004 match on the Combined DNA Index System, a national database of convicted felons' DNA profiles, came after Worcester Police Lt.
The proposed regulations will authorize DNA testing and inclusion in the federal Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) database of DNA profiles of all federal arrestees and illegal immigration detainees.
The Combined DNA Index System, a database of DNA profiles from convicted felons, failed to link anyone to the crime.
Key provisions of the legislation grant state and federal law enforcement authorities the right to upload the DNA profiles of all arrestees into the federal Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) database.

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