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WHAT
WE DO

euraDNA supports crime and DNA laboratories, law enforcement, and government agencies establish and/or strengthen their forensic DNA capabilities by equipping them with cutting edge scientific training, as well as best practices in policies and law governing the use and administration of DNA databases.

The Power of Data

DNA databases have shown their value in benefiting the criminal justice system

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NETHERLANDS

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

70,460

Suspect/Offender 

267,407

POLAND

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

8,747

Suspect/Offender 

64,982

KAZAKHSTAN

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

?

Suspect/Offender 

?

UKRAINE

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

?

Suspect/Offender 

?

GERMANY

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

320,719

Suspect/Offender 

871,506

FRANCE

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

458,074

Suspect/Offender 

3,786,342

SPAIN

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

123,981

Suspect/Offender 

400,004

UNITED KINGDOM

SAMPLES:

Crime Scene

621,325

Suspect/Offender 

6,007,970

We provide Information
and Resources. 

Looking for more? Gordon Thomas Honeywell Governmental Affairs (GTH-GA) has worked in over 50 countries and U.S. states. 

Benefits of a
DNA DATABASE

THE MORE DATA - THE BETTER THE FUNCTION

In essence, forensic DNA databases are designed for one purpose – to generate investigative leads in criminal investigations. These leads are in turn used to track down criminal suspects and to link convicted offenders to other crimes they may have committed in the past. However, forensic DNA databases can even be used to identify missing persons just by having the DNA of a missing person’s loved ones. This data can be used to identify missing persons as well as unidentified human remains. 

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