Mal

Figure 1.2 Changing case submission trends at a State Forensic DNA Laboratory in Australia. Case categories where there was a decrease in proportional submissions are represented by the dashed lines. The actual categories are Sexual Assault (SEX; 53.0% to 8.0%), Murder & Manslaughter (M/M; 8.7% to 1.0%), Malicious Wounding (MAL; 8.9% to 2.9%) and Attempt Murder (A/M; 3.6% to 0.3%). The case categories where there was an increase in proportional submissions are represented by the solid lines. These include Break, Enter and Steal (BES; 2.7% to 37.8%), Stolen Vehicle (SMV; 0.0% to 15.6%), Robbery (ROB; 6.3% to 12.8%) and Theft from Vehicle (TFV; 0.0% to 4.9%)

Table 1.2 Changing evidence types analysed by the NSW State Forensic DNA Laboratory between 2001 and 2005

Proportion of total (%)

Table 1.2 Changing evidence types analysed by the NSW State Forensic DNA Laboratory between 2001 and 2005

Proportion of total (%)

Sample type

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