Having a DNA profile of a blood relative of a missing person in the database will speed up the search and identification process. Therefore, the families of missing persons must undergo the procedure of genetic material sampling on a mandatory basis.
To donate DNA, you must contact the investigator, who will make a biomaterial collection and testing appointment.
To provide biological samples, relatives must have a passport and birth certificate for the child. Sampling is free of charge.
The agency that ordered the examination and conducts the pre-trial investigation shall report the results to the agency that ordered the examination. The next step is to notify the deceased’s family.