Law allows for wider sampling of DNA

Otago Daily Times New Zealand
Police are welcoming enhancements to crime-fighting technology which will allow them to take more DNA samples from suspected criminals – including youths.
The Criminal Investigations (Bodily Samples) Amendment Bill, which was passed last year, would add more weapons to police’s crime fighting arsenal, Invercargill Detective Sergeant Mark McCloy, the DNA implementation manager for the Southern District, said.