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== Resources ==
 
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**[http://www.fsigenetics.com/article/S1872-4973%2811%2900129-3/abstract Zamir et al. (2011) The Israel DNA database — The establishment of a rapid, semi-automated analysis system]
 
**[http://mops.gov.il/Documents/Publications/InformationCenter/Innovation%20Exchange/Innovation%20Exchange%2014/DNA.pdf Israel police launches National DNA Bank (2007)]
 
**[http://mops.gov.il/Documents/Publications/InformationCenter/Innovation%20Exchange/Innovation%20Exchange%2014/DNA.pdf Israel police launches National DNA Bank (2007)]
 
**[http://mops.gov.il/Documents/Publications/InformationCenter/Innovation%20Exchange/Innovation%20Exchange%2014/innovation14.pdf Superintendent Hanita Grant: Israel Police Launches National DNA Databank (page 39)] Innovation Exchange Issue No. 14, 2007.
 
**[http://mops.gov.il/Documents/Publications/InformationCenter/Innovation%20Exchange/Innovation%20Exchange%2014/innovation14.pdf Superintendent Hanita Grant: Israel Police Launches National DNA Databank (page 39)] Innovation Exchange Issue No. 14, 2007.

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Israel set up a DNA database in 2007.

The 2008 Interpol survey reports that 25,000 crime scene DNA profiles and 4,180 individuals' profiles were held in Israel at the time of the survey.

A law allowing the establishment of a database of DNA from missing persons was adopted in 2011.

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2005 Amendment to the Criminal Procedure Law[1]




  1. Criminal Procedure (Enforcement of Powers) 2010 Amendments