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Posted on 23 Nov 2006 3:00 am
These rules seems to have changed as according to the ACPO DNA Good Practice Manual, Second Edition 2005 it published today:
‘An Arrestee sample should be taken, using a PACE DNA sampling kit, from anyone who is detained at a police station and has been arrested for a recordable offence [...] The profile will not be removed from the NDNAD after the death of the individual.’
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