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  • Codis: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/lab/codis/codis http://www.dna.gov/solving-crimes/cold-cases/howdatabasesaid/NCIDD: http://www.crimtrac.gov.au/systems_projects/NationalCriminalInvestigationDNADatabaseNCIDD.html
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_National_DNA_Database#Privacy_Concerns
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    • 1. Police
      3.6 Politics and Government
    • 2. DNA Data Collection
    • 3. DNA DATABASES
      Forensic scientists can use DNA in blood, semen, skin, saliva or hair found at a crime scene to identify a matching DNA of an individual.
      This process is called DNA profiling or DNA fingerprinting.A DNA database can be used in the analysis of genetic diseases, genetic fingerprinting for criminology, or genetic genealogy.
      DNA databases may be public or private.The largest DNA database in the world is FBA’S CODIS.
      Codis: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/lab/codis/codis
    • 4. Advantages
      • DNA testing of wrongly convicted convicts can help them get out of jail
      • 5. DNA testing helps identify those who have died
      • 6. DNA testing helps individuals identify their biological parents
      • 7. Helps fight crime
      • 8. Helps the police identify and track down leads/ suspects
    • Disadvantages
      • Fraud DNA can be placed at the crime scene to frame an innocent individual
      • 9. The DNA of many people in one database has the potential to be hacked
      • 10. People feel that surveillance takes away their privacy rights
      • 11. Police may misinterpret incoming information and thus lead to the conviction on an innocent
    • Privacy concerns?
      • Who has access to records?
      • 12. How long are records kept?
      • 13. How secure are the records?
      • 14. Are the records used for anything apart from crime investigation?
      • 15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jADItDHOHOA
    • Surveillance
    • 16. Surveillance
      “Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people.”
    • 17. Surveillance
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz6ce92mnSM
    • 26. CCTV – themostusedformofsurveillance
      Advantages
      • Lowers crime rate
      • 27. Protectsemployees, makesthemfeelsecure.
      • 28. Keepsrecordofwhathappens
      Disadvantages
      • Dontalwayswork, theycanbeeasilycovereduporavoidedbypeoplewhoknowtheproperties.
      • 29. Privacyissues.
      Any social andethicalissues?
    • 30. Surveillance - Issues
      • 1.1 Reliability?
      • 31. 1.2 Integrity?
      • 32. 1.3 Security?
      • 33. 1.4 Privacy and anonymity?
      • 34. 1.5 Authenticity?
      • 35. 1.6 Intellectual property?
      • 36. 1.7 Equality of access?
      • 37. 1.8 Control?
      • 38. 1.9 Globalization and cultural diversity?
      • 39. 1.10 Policies and standards?
      • 40. 1.11 People and machines?
    • Police
      3.6 Politics and Government

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