Introduction:There are many controversial reasons to establish national DNA database. The argument continues in the political realm as to the ethics, frugality and efficiency of the system. A national DNA database would be a government database which houses all citizens DNA for law enforcement purposes.
The obvious reasons to establish a national DNA database have to do with law enforcement. DNA databases are already being used around the globe and in the US to log known criminals and identify them in future crimes. Establishing a national DNA database would allow any citizen to be identified by their DNA.
Molecular biologists work hand in hand with programmers to design the computer generated mapping programs which are used to put DNA into the DNA Databases. Establishing a national DNA database will result in further technological advances in molecular biology.
Many claim that a national DNA database violates their civil rights, but many argue that establishing a national DNA database will protect their civil liberties as criminals will be less able to well...be criminals.
Much of the reasons against the establishment of a national DNA database has to do with personal security. To what extent could information be leaked to private parties, resulting in a number of serious crimes, including extortion. The response to this reason is that the FBI and a number of other organizations already successfully protect far more classified personal information so it is not a good reason to refuse the establishment of a national DNA database.
As already mentioned, this is already in use on the small scale. The greatest reason to establish the national DNA database is that it will complete the work already completed, causing law enforcement to be far more efficient and accurate.
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