COP DNA Database



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  1. It is estimated that approximately 5% of all unsolved crimes (cold cases) can be solved by linking on scene DNA with police officers who committed crimes. Presently, cops are literally getting away with rape, murder, and theft because a COP DNA Database has not been established. COPFOX will continue to push for legislation in each state and at the federal level to initiate a COP DNA Database!

    Please visit COP MUG SHOTS site to view Police Officers who have engaged in nefarious activities.

    • Elizabeth Caldwell | March 29, 2018 at 10:52 am |

      I am a young mother with children (2 girls and 1 boy) and constantly tell my kids to keep away from the cops. I am concerned they may be abducted and raped by these police officers. Is there any advice COPFOX can give me that would make my children safer?

      • Dear Elizabeth,
        For a number of years now COPFOX has been providing our newsletter to select members. It details recent cop sex crimes and convictions. It also offers great advice to parents and caregivers on ways to protect children from predator police officers. We are sending you a current issue which contains specific advice on preventing cop rape. COPFOX also suggests that you never leave your children alone with any cop since this provides them the opportunity to sexually molest the child, especially when they are alone in a confined area. Also, with summer on its way – never send your child to a “cop sponsored” summer camp which is an invitation for trouble. Many a child has been sexually exploited at the hands of cop camp counselors.

  2. Eve Weinstein | March 27, 2018 at 8:04 am |

    The ignorance and arrogance of today’s “law enforcement community” never ceases to amaze me. The vast majority of them barely have two active brain cells to rub together and yet they engage in such disgraceful conduct when investigating events. Now we see that the “premier” agency, the FBI has been working behind the backs of the American People to interfere with an election, and had information on terrorists and school shooters and did nothing. Is it any wonder that Americans are disgusted with these idiots and liars.

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  3. As a mother, I am most concerned about my daughters being raped by cops. I hear so many stories about crazy police officers abducting young girls and boys and raping them. A COP DNA database would definitely provide a means by which corrupt cop rapists can be located and incarcerated.

    • Dear Julia,
      Please view the video on the “10 Most Corrupt Cops In History” – paying particular attention to #2 (Police Officer Manuel Pardo) and #9 (Police Officer Joshua Carrier).

      Officer Pardo kept extensive photos and records of the people he murdered. This is a tactic used by many cops who use confidential information they gather on the job to rape, rob, and murder innocent victims. A COP DNA Database would have exposed this cop-criminal by linking him to illegal activity, thereby effectuating a quick arrest and ending the carnage.

      Officer Carrier was a “mentor” to the youth in his community and coached wrestling and athletics at a local school. He was eventually arrested for 207 counts of child sexual assault, child pornography, and child exploitation. In 2013 he was sentenced to 70 years in prison for sexually molesting between 18 and 22 boys. If his Police Officer semen had been taken from the boys after the first sexual assault and compared with his DNA in a COP DNA Database, then that would have led to a quick arrest and ended his sexual attacks. COPFOX continues to seek legislation enacting a federal COP DNA Database in order to protect women, children and the elderly from sexual exploitation by cops.


  4. Hailey Breckenridge | March 24, 2018 at 7:49 am |

    With what Americans are seeing today with corrupt cops, we certainly need a COP DNA Database. The only problem I see with getting this type of investigative tool is the reticence of politicians to act in the best interest of citizens. Many politicians rely on the local and city cops to cover their dirty asses when they are involved in crimes; so it’s going to be tough getting them on board with such a fantastic program.


      Look at how long it has taken for Congress to authorize an investigation of the FBI and their handling of the Clinton “matter”, as well as their role in the Steele Dossier. Corruption in America has now reached into every law enforcement agency, and even the FBI has been tainted by corrupt actors at the highest level. I am in favor of a COP DNA Database which should include those in the FBI, Secret Service, ICE and other federal agencies. They are just as likely to commit crimes as the local yokel cops.

  5. Mark McGuire | July 4, 2017 at 2:19 pm |

    The only reason we don’t have a COP DNA Database in use today is the cops want to thwart any investigation which may link them to rape, murder or theft. I view a COP DNA Database as one more useful tool that can be employed to solve crimes. What are the cops afraid of?


    • Unfortunately, cops are committing more crimes now than at any time in the past. I believe a COP DNA Database would help prevent crime by making it easier to identify and arrest cops who rape and murder. This is something that should have been started fifty years ago.

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