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==Resources==
 
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**[https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-03687-x Moreau, Y. (2019): Corporations selling DNA-profiling technology are aiding human-rights abuses. Nature (3rd December 2019)]
 
**[https://www.euroforgen.eu/home/ The European Forensic Genetics Network of Excellence (EUROFORGEN-NoE)]
 
**[https://www.euroforgen.eu/home/ The European Forensic Genetics Network of Excellence (EUROFORGEN-NoE)]
 
**[http://www.wsp.wa.gov/forensics/docs/crimelab/manuals/training/dna/presentations/Global_Expansion_Of_Offender_DNA_Databases_By_Schellberg_Part_1.pdf Gordon Thomas Honeywell Governmental Affairs: Global Expansion of Offender DNA Databases (18th June 2015)]
 
**[http://www.wsp.wa.gov/forensics/docs/crimelab/manuals/training/dna/presentations/Global_Expansion_Of_Offender_DNA_Databases_By_Schellberg_Part_1.pdf Gordon Thomas Honeywell Governmental Affairs: Global Expansion of Offender DNA Databases (18th June 2015)]

Latest revision as of 02:26, 9 December 2019

This page contains resources which cover more than one country or sharing of DNA profile matches between countries. Sharing of DNA profile matches within the European Union is included on the Europe page, alongside resources which cover more than one European country. There are also further international resources on the Interpol page.

The EU's Pruem data-sharing agreements have led to a series of bilateral agreements between EU countries and the United States. The Gulf States are also considering sharing DNA profile matches across borders.

Resources