91) As police reliance on DNA analysis increased, Congress passed the DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act of 2000, authorizing federal law enforcement officials to collect DNA samples from federal offenders convicted of qualifying offenses.
What does DABEA stand for?
DABEA stands for DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act
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The government filed a notice of violation of conditions of supervised release after an offender refused to comply with a probation officer's order to submit a blood specimen pursuant to the DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act.
In 2000, Congress enacted the DNA Analysis Backlog Elimination Act, (1) which requires convicted sex offenders and other felons (2) to submit DNA samples to the Combined DNA Index System (CODIS), a national database used to identify DNA evidence found at crime scenes.