Combined DNA Index System

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Noun1.Combined DNA Index System - the DNA file maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation
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97) These requirements were prompted by 2005 federal legislation permitting arrestee DNA to be entered into CODIS.
This study examined 689 512 STR loci across human genomes; the 13 STR loci used by CODIS were thus a very small subset.
Managed by the National DNA Index System (NDIS), CODIS facilitates the electronic comparison and exchange of DNA profiles between participating local, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies and forensic laboratories.
101) CODIS connects DNA laboratories at the local, state, and national level and includes all fifty states and numerous federal agencies.
The FBI currently examines thirteen different loci to identify individual DNA samples in the CODIS database.
CODIS would like to acknowledge the significant contribution of the six anonymous reviewers involved in this special issue.
45) Meanwhile, CODIS has experienced a parallel expansion.
It would be difficult to overstate the impact of CODIS in law enforcement," DPS Director Steven McCraw said in a prepared statement.
Alaska officials obtained a sample of Papaleo's DNA and submitted it to the national CODIS database last year, following his conviction for burglary in that state.
government collect, store, and share genetic information through CODIS.
But police said the samples "were not suitable" to be entered into the federal CODIS (Combined DNA Index System) database, which allows laboratories to share and compare DNA data related to crimes and convicted offenders.