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Police powers to take body samples
Record ID:
19640
Format:
LIJ Article
Year:
1998
Author:
Gibson, Ray ;
Source:
LIJ (1998) 72 No 5
Date_of_entry:
08/05/1998
Notes:
Little publicised amendments to the Crimes Act 1958 mean that police now have powers to obtain body smaples from suspects for a much wider range of offences and to keep computerised records of DNA types for the future investigations.
Section:
Articles
Month:
May


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