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Denver Police Link 1981 Cop Killer to Serial Murders

Denver Police Link 1981 Cop Killer to Serial Murders

The Denver Police Department revealed in a news conference on Friday morning that they have learned the man who killed an Aurora police officer more than four decades ago was a serial killer. Police said DNA evidence and genealogy helped investigators link the cold cases together.

February 1, 2022

Closing Cases with New Investigative Technologies
Washington, DC, Police Close 1990s Serial Rape Case After Forensic Genealogy Investigation
CSI: Helping Authors Keep It Real

CSI: Helping Authors Keep It Real

The mission of the Writers' Police Academy is to teach authors about how actual law enforcement officers and crime scene specialists investigate crimes.

September 13, 2019

Bode Technology Announces Forensic Genealogy Service to LE Agencies

Bode Technology has announced a new forensic genealogy service offering to law enforcement investigators and crime laboratories. Bode's Forensic Genealogy Service (FGS) combines advanced DNA testing and genealogy to develop ancestral relationships between samples and deliver leads to its clients.

February 13, 2019

Rapid DNA System

Rapid DNA System

From buccal (cheek) swabs to crime scene evidence, the the ANDE Rapid DNA system is designed to get results in less than two hours.

September 1, 2018

Pennsylvania Police Crack Cold Case with DNA, Genetic Genealogy Database
DNA Left on Abandoned Bike Leads to Arrest in Florida Murder Case
New Tool Predicts Eye, Hair, and Skin Color From DNA Sample

New Tool Predicts Eye, Hair, and Skin Color From DNA Sample

The HIrisPlex-S DNA test system is capable of simultaneously predicting eye, hair, and skin color phenotypes from DNA. Users, such as law enforcement officials or anthropologists, can enter relevant data using a laboratory DNA analysis tool, and the webtool will predict the pigment profile of the DNA donor.

May 21, 2018

Suspect in Infamous Serial Rapes and Murders Captured After 40 Years of Investigation
Arizona Police Find Murder Suspect Using Familial DNA
Busting the Backlog

Busting the Backlog

By establishing new policies for processing rape kit evidence and by adopting victim-centered investigation strategies, departments can close more sexual assault cases.

January 3, 2018

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