The 2008 Interpol survey reports that 176 crime scene DNA profiles and 1,723 individuals' profiles were held in Ukraine at the time of the survey. According to Interpol, Ukraine's DNA database grew to 2,609 crime scene DNA profiles, plus 5,162 reference DNA profiles from individuals in 2011. A DNA database legislation had been adopted at that time. In October 2020, a draft law on State Registration of Human Genomic Information began to be considered by the Ukrainian parliament.
- External links
- Stepaniuk, R., Kikinchuk, V., Pyrih, I., Pletenets, V., & Prylovskyi, V. (2022). Multifaceted approach to legislative regulation for using dna analysis in criminal proceedings of Ukraine. Amazonia Investiga, 11(50), 130-139
- Draft Law on State Registration of Human Genomic Information (26th October 2020) Plus subsequent revisions.
- The International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP) Lists training from the US to Ukraine in DNA forensics.
- Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine: On the approved instructions for the operation of forensic records of the Service Ministry (15th October 2009)
- Press articles
- Ukrinform.net: DNA of all soldiers must be stored in single database - Ministry of Interior (31st May 2023)
- 112 Ukraine: DNA profiles of Ukrainians in one database: What's the purpose? (9th November 2020)
- Ukraine Today: Ukraine adopts law protecting rights of volunteer soldiers, simplifies DNA procedure (13th July 2016)
- MIGnews: Passports to contain DNA data? (10th July 2009)