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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The FBI's Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) enables federal, state and local crime labs to compare DNA profiles electronically, thereby linking crimes to each other and to convicted offenders.
Our most successful partnership is the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), which enables federal, state, and local forensic laboratories to exchange and compare DNA profiles electronically, linking serial violent crimes to each other and to convicted offenders.
The FBI's Combined DNA Index System Helps Corrections and Law Enforcement Professionals Monitor Inmates and Solve Crimes
To date, the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) - the national DNA database managed by the U.
Garden's DNA profile, which was in the CODIS, or Combined DNA Index System database, matched a genetic profile derived from forensic samples recovered as part of the rape investigation.
The computer software program that led police to identify Papaleo as a suspect in the rape case is known as the Combined DNA Index System, or CODIS.
Highlights include the following: 91 percent of outsourced requests were DNA-related, including nearly 13,000 casework requests and 205,000 convicted offender samples in the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS); a typical laboratory in 2002 started the year with a backlog of about 390 requests, received 4,900 additional ones, and completed 4,600; and 41 percent of publicly funded laboratories in 2002 reported outsourcing one or more types of forensic services to private labs.
The Unit manages the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
The Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) is the database software developed to help law enforcement, as authorized by the DNA Identification Act of 1994.
Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has awarded the company a contract for the development and deployment of the Next-Generation Combined DNA Index System (NGCODIS).
Minggia's DNA sample was placed in the Combined DNA Index System and compared with genetic profiles produced from blood scrapings in the 1984 murder case.
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