Dozens of U.S. Police Agencies Amass DNA Databases

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Dozens of police departments around the U.S. are amassing their own DNA databases to track criminals, the Associated Press reports. It's a move critics say is a way around regulations governing state and national databases that restrict who can provide genetic samples and how long that information is held. Local agencies create the rules for their databases, sometimes allowing samples . . .

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