Policy Development

Parliamentary Briefing: Keeping the Right People on the DNA Database

Written by:
Runnymede Trust
Read time:
8 minutes

Centred on the issue of the National DNA Database (NDNAD), the following briefing from the Runnymede Trust raises concerns about the disproportionate number of black people on the DNA database and the proposed retention policy, particularly as it relates to the criminalisation of black people.

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