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The EU want to share your DNA with police all over Europe

  • Manolo
    Manolo

    A controversial EU data-sharing treaty could see police forces across the EU given open access to our DNA database. Police in every member state would have the power to acquire the DNA of potentially innocent Britons as they would be allowed to check crime scene samples against the millions of profiles held in the UK, which has the largest DNA database in the world. (Britain has over five million DNA profiles on its database, of which a million are profiles of innocent people.) These proposals being pushed forward are not only an affront to civil liberties and our criminal justice system; the practicalities of the arrangements are also riddled with worrying ineptitude.

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    Winthrop
    Winthrop

    The UK has opted out of this provision with the Prum treaty, maybe others will see the light and follow

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    Chance
    Chance

    Hasn’t Canada agreed to the Prum??

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    Gunnar
    Gunnar

    Interpol is coordinating this work all across Europe, well outside the EU!

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    Sam Spade
    Sam Spade

    re: Hasn’t Canada agreed to the Prum??

    Not Directly but for all intent and purpose, “Currently the UK is part of the International DNA Search Request Network (SRN) which makes it easier to check DNA from unsolved cases against profiles held in another country.

    Australia, the US and Canada are also members of the SRN, which gives UK police access to around 20 million profiles.”
    - http://www.policeprofessional.com/news.aspx?id=24779 November 10, 2015

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