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Thursday 12 September, 2013

Column: Considered and informed debate about a DNA database is vital

A DNA database could be a phenomenal tool for the criminal process – but we need to avoid the use of generalised rhetoric and instead engage in an open and informed debate on the type of database necessary from an Irish perspective, writes David ODwyer.