The FBI’s database of dna detectives is expanding to include detectives from multiple law enforcement agencies, according to the FBI’s website.
According to the announcement, the FBI has added new dna detective detectives from the Drug Enforcement Administration, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division, FBI Counterterrorism Division, and the FBI National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to its database.
The FBI has been expanding its dna database since the program launched in 2016, according the FBI website.
The bureau also announced the creation of a new Dna Detective Database that will be open to the public.
The database is available to public for the first time on Friday.
It is part of the bureau’s ongoing efforts to “better identify and protect the public against threats posed by criminals and criminals networks,” according to a release from the bureau.
Dna detectives are FBI agents who conduct research and analysis on criminal investigations, and work with prosecutors to assist them in prosecuting cases.
In addition to the new dnas, the bureau announced the hiring of a total of six new dnas and five new DnA agents.
The FBI said the new agents will work with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of Florida, the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Miami Field Office, and FBI’s National Gang Intelligence Center in Washington, D.C.
The new agents work under the supervision of an FBI deputy director and are expected to join the FBI in the coming weeks.