ChildProtect By DNA™
DNA Profiling: The Complete Way to Protect Your Child
Every year, 800,000 children are reported missing. The FBI recommends parents have information that helps identify your child ready to give law enforcement the instant your child is reported missing.
Be Completely Prepared by Having Child's:
- Fingerprint Record
- DNA Profile (Genetic Fingerprint)
- Updated Characteristics Chart
- Most Recent Photo
- Help professionals locate your child
All of the Above, Plus More, are Provided in DDC's ChildProtect by DNA™ Kit
What is a DNA Profile?
A DNA profile is a genetic fingerprint unique to each individual. DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) uses our state-of-the-art laboratory to construct the DNA profile. Once completed, a certificate of results is created and signed by one of our PhD's. The certificate provides key genetic markers that police use for investigations.
How is a DNA profile used in an abduction case?
When an item is found that contains traces of DNA, the item needs to be compared to the missing person's DNA to determine a match. If the missing person's DNA has not been profiled, DNA collected at the scene has nothing to be compared to.