Arkansas Code Title 12. Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Affairs § 12-12-1018. Receipt and analysis of DNA samples--Availability of information
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(a) The State Crime Laboratory shall:
(1) Receive, store, and perform analyses on DNA samples or contract for DNA typing analysis with a qualified DNA laboratory that meets guidelines as established by the State Crime Laboratory;
(2) Classify and file the DNA record of identification characteristic profiles of DNA samples submitted under this subchapter; and
(3) Make information available from the State DNA Data Base as provided in this section.
(b) The results of the DNA profile of individuals in the State DNA Data Base shall be made available:
(1) To a criminal justice agency or to an approved crime laboratory that serves a criminal justice agency; or
(2) To a criminal justice official upon written or electronic request from the criminal justice official and in furtherance of an official investigation of a criminal offense.
(c) The State Crime Laboratory shall promulgate rules governing the methods of obtaining information from the State DNA Data Base and CODIS and procedures for verification of the identity and authority of the requester.
(d) The State Crime Laboratory may create a separate population database composed of DNA samples obtained under this subchapter after all personal identification is removed.
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