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was your daughter arrested, or cautioned by the police?
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Yes it is legal for the p9lice to take the prints, DNA, etc.
Your daughter wa interviewed for a recordable offence.
Understood, because she has been reported for the offences, the police can take the details requested.
Your daughter has been interviewed and reported for the offence, therefore the police can insist on her attending to supply the photos, dna, prints etc.It is not optional.
The details the police take will simply be stored on the police PNC. They will not be used for anything else.
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