Crime Scene DNA Collection and Analysis Reporting By Law Enforcement Agencies 2011
Group: Office of Legislative Audits
Chapter 337, 2008 Laws of Maryland, effective January 1, 2009, requires local law enforcement agencies (LLEAs) and the Department of State Police (DSP) to report specified information to the Office of Legislative Audits (OLA) about DNA evidence. The law, codified in Section 2-514 of the Public Safety Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland, requires biennial reporting by these agencies of the preceding calendar year’s data, starting in 2010 for calendar year 2009 data. The law requires OLA to compile and evaluate the reported data and submit a summary report to the Governor and General Assembly. This report summarizes and evaluates the data reported by the LLEAs for calendar year 2009.
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