Using Rapid DNA at Booking

The third free, online course in the Rapid DNA series — hosted by the American Society of Crime Lab Directors and NIJ’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence — is now available on demand. The course focuses on Rapid DNA integration of booking station instruments into CODIS.


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The presentation outlines the FBI’s concept for integration of RDNA machines with booking station LiveScan fingerprint instruments and state criminal history records. The concept involves using current LiveScan and Next Generation Identification messaging architecture to allow booking station developed DNA profiles to be submitted to State CODIS Labs and NDIS.

This is the final of a three-part series hosted by the American Society of Crime Lab Directors and NIJ’s Forensic Technology Center of Excellence to investigate the validation, current use, and future implementation of Rapid DNA. These webinars are designed to be viewed in any order.

To access the archived version of the ASCLD Rapid DNA Webinar 3, click here. Or you can see the full listing of available webinars here.

Source: OJP

 
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