Forensics • Profiling • Victimology • Interrogations
The use of Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in the investigation
process can be used to identify potential suspects if a sample is left by
the offender at the scene of a crime. Samples obtained at the scene
can be compared against a database of known offenders, or can be used after
an unknown suspect has been identified. As I am in no way an expert in
DNA technology, or even come close to understanding all that is involved
with the process, I am going to provide visitors with links to other sites.
If you have links that you would like to add to this list, please contact me
using the link at the bottom of this page.
Putting DNA to
Work - DNA and Criminal Justice - How DNA Determines Guilt or Innocence
Forensic Science Resources: Forensic DNA
Considerations for the Prosecutor (pdf)