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Australia signs up to international DNA data exchange program

by Euan Brown •
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Australia and Britain have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) allowing law enforcement agencies to access each other’s DNA databases as part of international efforts to tackle transnational crime.

Australia’s involvement in the pilot exchange will be facilitated by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), however, there will be no requirement...

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