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== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
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**[https://dnadatabank.forensischinstituut.nl/binaries/ENFSI%20DOCUMENT%20ON%20DNA-DATABASE%20MANAGEMENT%202017_tcm37-209505.pdf DNA DATABASE MANAGEMENT REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS.ENFSI DNA Working Group. April 2017]
 
**[http://exchange.ces.uc.pt/ EXCHANGE - Forensic Geneticists and the Transnational Exchange of DNA data: Engaging Science with Social Control, Citizenship and Democracy (2015-2020)]
 
**[http://exchange.ces.uc.pt/ EXCHANGE - Forensic Geneticists and the Transnational Exchange of DNA data: Engaging Science with Social Control, Citizenship and Democracy (2015-2020)]
 
**[http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2015/10/09-data-protection/ European Council: Data protection for police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters: Council ready for talks with EP (9 October 2015)]
 
**[http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2015/10/09-data-protection/ European Council: Data protection for police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters: Council ready for talks with EP (9 October 2015)]

Revision as of 03:22, 9 October 2017

Details on DNA databases in each European country can be found on the country pages. Below are resources covering the whole of Europe, including information about the sharing of DNA database matches within the European Union (which is governed by the Pruem Decisions). The UK has opted out of the agreement. The landmark decision of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of S. and Marper v. the UK led to the removal of over 1.7 million DNA profiles taken from innocent people and from children and the destruction of 7,753,000 DNA samples in England and Wales.

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