Heinrich Amadeus Wolff
DNA-Mitarbeiterdateien von Polizeibeamten ohne gesetzliche Grundlage
Am Beispiel des Freistaats Bayern
Hamburg 2014, 118 Seiten
ISBN 978-3-8300-8188-3 (Print & eBook)
about this book
deutsch | englishIn the investigation of a crime, the first hours of investigation are often decisive. It is therefore important that the contamination of the crime scene, created by the investigators, is quickly discarded, in order to prevent the investigation from going in the wrong direction. It is due to this reason that there are some special files in certain federal states, in which the DNA Identification patterns of police officers, other staff and laboratory workers are recorded. This is so that unknown trails can be quickly compared to with this database. The consent of those concerned forms the foundation of this database. The boundaries of consent for the DNA staff data are examined in detail in this book. As a result, the following applies: the consent can only build an effective legal foundation if it fulfils high requirements, particularly in regards to voluntariness, certainty and knowledgeability. Furthermore, a substantial space of the regulated DNA files must be adhered to, in order to regard the prohibition of bypassing of legal requirements. Finally, the requirements of the DNA staff data will either meet or not meet the actual arrangement of the process and the duration of effect. A repetition of the consent must then be asked for in fixed intervals. Furthermore, strict recording duties need to be conducted when accessing the data.
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