DNA-databanken

Op de volgende pagina’s staan literatuurverwijzingen en links naar websites met informatie over DNA-databanken en DNA-databankonderzoek.

Theorie, statistiek en simulaties

The UK National DNA Database: implementation of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012
Auteurs: Aaron Opoku Amankwaa and Carole McCartney 
Bron: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2017.12.041

Statistical Weight of a DNA Match in Cold-Hit Cases
Auteur: Ranajit Chakraborty and Jianye Ge 
Bron: Forensic Science Communications July 2009—Volume 11—Number 3 
Uitgeverij: FBI

Use of DNA profiles for investigation using a simulated national DNA database: Part I. Partial SGM Plus® profiles
Auteur: T. Hicks et al 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics Volume 4, Issue 4 , Pages 232-238, July 2010

Modeling Forensic DNA Database Performance
Auteur: S.J. Walsh et al 
Bron: Journal of Forensic Sciences Volume 55, Issue 5, pages 1174–1183, September 2010

De detectie van vals positieve en de preventie van vals negatieve matches bij grootschalige DNA-databankvergelijkingen
Auteurs: Dr. ir. C.P. van der Beek MBA & prof. dr. A.D. Kloosterman & prof. dr. M.J. Sjerps 
Bron: Expertise en Recht December 2011, 219-22

A Bayesian network approach to the database search problem in criminal proceedings
Auteurs: Alex Biedermann, Joëlle Vuille en Franco Taroni 
Bron: Investigative Genetics 2012, 3:16

Searching mixed DNA profiles directly against profile databases
Auteurs: Jo-Anne Bright, Duncan Taylor, James Curran and John Buckleton 
Bron: FSI Genetics 9 (2013) 102-110

Database extraction strategies for low-template evidence
Auteurs: Øyvind Bleka, Guro Dørum, Hinda Haned and Peter Gill 
Bron: FSI Genetics 9 (2013) 93-101

A more straightforward derivation of the LR for a database match
Auteurs: Charles E.H. Berger, Peter Vergeer, John S. Buckleton 
Bron: FSI Genetics 14 (2015) 156-160

Complex DNA mixture analysis in a forensic context: Evaluating the probative value using a likelihood ratio model
Auteurs: Hinda Haned, Corina C.G. Benschop, Peter D. Gill and Titia Sijen 
Bron: FSI Genetics (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2014.11.014

The effect of wild card designations and rare alleles in forensic DNA database searches
Auteurs: Torben Tvedebrink, Jo-Anne Bright, John S. Buckleton, James M. Curran and Niels Morling 
Bron: FSI Genetics 9 (2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2014.12.003

Interpretation of STR-DNA: Low-template,Mixtures and Database Matches - twenty years of research and development
Auteurs: Peter Gill, Hinda Haned, Oyvind Bleka, Oskar, Hansson, Guro Dorum, Thore Egeland 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fsigen.2015.03.014

Measuring the effectiveness and efficiency of forensic DNA-databases
Auteur: C.P. van der Beek 
Bron: Proceedings 26th international Symposium on Human Identification, Grapevine, Texas, October 12-15, 2015

Identifying common donors in DNA mixtures with applications to database searches
Auteur: K. Slooten 
Bron: FSI genetics 26 (2017) 40-47

Stochastic aspects of familial searching
Auteur: Maarten Kruijver 
Bron: Proefschrift Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Overzichten en richtlijnen

Interpol Handbook on DNA Data Exchange and Practice. Second Edition 2009
Bron: Interpol

ENFSI survey on DNA-databases in Europe June 2016
Auteur: ENFSI DNA Working Group 
Bron: ENFSI DNA Working Group website

DNA-database Management. Review and Recommendations 2017
Auteur: ENFSI DNA Working Group 
Bron: ENFSI DNA Working Group website

Euroforgen inventarisatie van Europese DNA (databank) wetgeving
Auteur: Kristiina Reed and Denise Syndercombe Court 
Bron: Euroforgen website

Criminologisch onderzoek

The DNA Field Experiment: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Use of DNA in the Investigation of High-Volume Crimes
Auteur: J.K. Roman et al (2008) 
Bron: Urban Institute Justice Policy Center

How long do offenders escape arrest? Using DNA traces to analyse when serial offenders are caught
Auteurs: Lammers, M., Bernasco, W. & Elffers, H. (2012). 
Bron: Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, 9, 13-29.

Are mobile offenders less likely to be caught? The influence of the geographical dispersion of serial offenders' crime locations on their probability of arrest
Auteurs: Marre Lambers en Wim Bernasco 
Bron: European Journal of Criminology published online 21 January 2013; 
DOI: 10.1177/1477370812464533

Are Arrested and Non-Arrested Serial Offenders Different? A Test of Spatial Offending Patterns Using DNA Found at Crime Scenes
Auteurs: Marre Lammers (2013). 
Bron: Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency published online 13 September 2013 DOI: 10.1177/0022427813504097

Evaluating and Quantifying the Specific Deterrent Effects of DNA databases
Auteurs: Avinash Bhati and Caterina G. Roman 
Bron: Evaluation Review 2014, Vol. 38(1) 68-93

De rol van DNA bij het vinden van een dader. Het succesverhaal rond DNA als opsporingsmiddel in perspectief
Auteurs: Anna Mapes, Christianne de Poot en Ate Kloosterman 
Tijdschrift voor criminologie 2014 (56) 3, 29-46

Cross-border crime patterns unveiled by exchange of DNA-profiles in the European Union
Auteurs: Wim Bernasco, Marre Lammers en Kees van der Beek 
Security Journal 2016, vol 29 (4) 640-660 

Establishing networks in a forensic DNA database to gain operational and strategic intelligence
Auteurs: Patrick Jeuniaux, Leen Duboccage, Bertrand Renard, Pierre van Renterghem en Vanessa Vanvooren 
Security Journal: Advance Online Publication 9 November 2015; doi: 10.1057/sj.2015.31

DNA Databases as Alternative Data Sources for Criminological Research Auteurs: De Moor, S., VanDer Beken, T., Van Daele, S. (2016) 
Bron: European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 1-18.

Cross-border patterns in DNA matches between the Netherlands and Belgium
Auteurs: M.D. Taverne and A.P.A. Broeders 
Science & Justice (2017) 57(1)25-36

Internationale vergelijking

Reaction of the UK government on the report from the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council on the implementation of Council Decision 2008/615/JHA of 23 June 2008 on the stepping up of cross-border cooperation, particularly in combating terrorism and crossborder crime (the ‘Prüm Decision’)

Prüm Business and Implementation Case
Auteur: Home Office of the United Kingdom 
Bron: Internet site Home Office of the United Kingdom

The light's at the end of the Funnel! Evaluating the effectiveness of the transnational exchange of DNA-profiles between the Netherlands and other Prüm countries
Auteurs: M.D. Taverne and A.P.A. Broeders 
Bron: Paris Legal Publishers ISBN 978-94-6251-093-7

DNA for Crime investigation: European Co-operation model
Auteur: Anna Fiodorova 
Bron: Recent Advances in DNA and Gene Sequences (2014) 8, 126-133

Genewatch UK Briefing: Sharing DNA-profiles and fingerprints requires further safeguards
Auteur: Genewatch 
Bron: Website Genewatch 2-12-2015

DNA-databank software

DNA-databanken van andere landen

Forensic DNA databases in Western Balkan region: retrospectives, perspectives, and initiatives
Auteur: D. Marjanovic et al 
Bron: Croat Med J. 2011 Jun 15;52(3):235-44

The Israel DNA database—The establishment of a rapid, semi-automated analysis system
Auteur: Ashira Zamir et al 
Bron: www.fsigenetics.com

Toward a Comparison of DNA Profiling and Databases
Auteur: Jeremiah Goulka, Carl Matthies, Emma Disley, Paul Steinberg 
Bron: www.rand.org

Launching the Greek forensic DNA database. The legal framework and arising ethical issues
Auteur: Polychronis Voultsos et al. 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics Volume 5, Issue 5 , Pages 407-410, November 2011

DNA-databank van Canada

DNA-brochure van de Florida Department of Law Enforcement

DNA-databank van Australië

DNA-databank van Nieuw-Zeeland

DNA-databank van Hong-Kong

DNAResource.com - DNA-wetgeving en -databanken in diverse Amerikaanse Staten

Consultation paper on the establishment of a DNA database in Ireland

DNA-databank van Groot-Brittannië

DNA-databankpagina van het NICC in Brussel

Internet site van de DNA-databank van Singapore

The National DNA Data Bank of Canada: a Quebecer perspective
Auteurs: Emmanuel Milot, Marie M. J. Lecomte, Hugo Germain, and Frank Crispino 
Bron: Frontiers in Genetics Vol 4 (249), 1-7 (2013)

The supervisory board of the DNA-database of Portugal

DNA-databank van Zwitserland

DNA-databank van Zweden

Swedish Legislation Regarding Forensic DNA Elimination Databases

DNA-databank van Ierland - Jaarverslag 2016

Forensisch DNA verwantschapsonderzoek

Grootschalig DNA-verwantschapsonderzoek
Auteurs: Lex Meulenbroek en Diederik Aben 
Bron: Expertise en Recht 2019/1 (februari)

Finding Criminals through DNA of their relatives
Auteur: F.R. Bieber, C.H. Brenner and D. Laser 
Bron: Science 2 june 2006, Vol. 312, nr 5778, p 1315-1316

DNA Partial Match Policy
Auteur: Edmund G. Brown Jr. Attorney General 
Bron: Information Bulletin 2008-BFS-01 California Department of Justice

SWGDAM Recommendations to the FBI
Auteur: Scientific Working Group on DNA Analysis Methods Ad Hoc Committee on Partial Matches 
Bron: www.fbi.gov

Use of DNA profiles for investigation using a simulated national DNA database: Part II. Statistical and ethical considerations on familial searching
Auteur: T. Hicks et al 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics Volume 4, Issue 5 , Pages 316-322, October 2010

Forensic utilization of familial searches in DNA databases
Auteur: Cassandra J. Gershaw et al 
Bron: FSI Genetics (in press)

Statistical aspects of familial searching
Auteur: K. Slooten and R. Meesters 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics Supplement Series Volume 3, Issue 1, Pages e167-e169, December 2011

Searching for first-degree familial relationships in California's offender DNA database: Validation of a likelihood ratio-based approach
Auteur: Steven P. Myerset al. 
Bron: Forensic Science International: Genetics Volume 5, Issue 5 , Pages 493-500, November 2011

Policy implications for familial searching
Auteur: Kim et al 
Bron: Investigative Genetics 2011, 2: 22

‘What’s in a name…?’ DNA-verwantschapsonderzoek in de zaak-Vaatstra en andere zaken
Auteur: Ton Broeders 
Bron: Expedrtise en Recht 2013-1 blz 9-15

Familial searching: A specialist forensic DNA profiling service utilising the National DNA Database to identify unknown offenders via their relatives—The UK experience
Auteur: C.N Maguire et al 
Bron: Forensic Science International Genetics 8 (2014) 1-9

Three Years of Familial Searching in the Netherlands: Results and Lessons Learned
Auteur: Ch. van Kooten et al 
Bron: Poster presented at the 9th ISABS Conference on Forensic and Anthropologic Genetics and Mayo Clinic Lectures in Individualized Medicine; Bol, Island of Brač, Republic of Croatia; June 22-26, 2015

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