I think this is a great idea and I'd even go so far as to approve of it at birth.A mug-shot and a set of finger-prints won't be enough at the booking desk anymore.
The government is demanding DNA as well.
"The attorney general is directing all agencies of the United States that arrest or detain individuals or supervise individuals facing charges to collect DNA samples from
individuals who are arrested, facing charges, or convicted, and from non-United States persons who are detained under the authority of the United States...''
So goes the notice in the Federal Register.
It stems from the requirements of the DNA Fingerprint Act of 2005 and the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006.
Agencies that collect DNA will have to submit it to the FBI.
Now, DNA has served to absolve some people - including Death Row convicts - of the crimes they were accused of committing.
But this is an intriguing new data base for the government to control.
And, so long as you don't get arrested, the government won't have your DNA.
The key thing is, only the results should be kept. No actual organic material that can be planted in a future crime.
There was a guy here who was recently released from jail cuz it was proven that the district attorney falsified all sorts of "facts". I know it's a tin-foil hat idea, but framing people does happen, so destroy the organic, keep the results.