Should everyone have their dna recorded and sorted at birth? Could save the police a lot of time convicting criminals?

12 answers · 2 months ago

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Yes, we could save a fortune on policing. Who knows, it could also act as a deterrent.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Yes it would be a good idea. Also it would help in identifying bodies, and finding people from traces of dna left at scenes. A lot of people would complain about privacy, but having dna on record does not make things less private, and would help to keep the world safer from criminals.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
No it would be a step too far
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Yep, bring it on.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
No
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Yes, that would be ideal.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Why not, but it would no doubt be considered racist.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Worth considering
Anonymous · 2 months ago
No it is a stupid idea.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Yes it should be Implemented worldwide No one should be able to commit a crime and get away with it DNA will find the Guilty
Anonymous · 2 months ago
Yes I can't see a problem with it.
Anonymous · 2 months ago
That would be illegal and highly immoral. If you haven't done anything wrong, then they should not have that information. Same with investigations. If your not a suspect in a crime then they shouldn't be allowed to investigate you to search for any possible crimes. It' why they need to bring their case before judge in some western countries in order to get a warrant. If they have no evidence, they are not supposed to get a warrant. And Biological data is HUGELY controversial. No government should have this information on people. We have seen in history how badly a government can abuse this type of power.
Anonymous · 2 months ago