Saturday, November 12, 2011

Volney said the categories from whom non-intimate samples could be taken have expanded. He said it now included members of the protective services; holders of firearm licences; deported citizens and people from who samples were required in the interest of national security. He said DNA-testing facilities would be set up at all police stations. He said if citizens had “nothing to hide, they should have nothing to fear. Volney said the Government was committed to ensure that justice was served to the victim and the offender...