What types of DNA are used by investigative genetic genealogists to identify a person of interest in a criminal case or unidentified remains? The one that usually comes to mind is autosomal DNA, which is what most direct-to-consumer testing companies test. However, other lesser-known types of DNA can be beneficial in resolving a case more quickly. Below, we’ll go over the different types of DNA and how they can be helpful in our research.
We are a woman-owned and operated business that supports women’s reproductive rights. As such, we commit to never accepting a case of fetal or preterm infant remains. Additionally, when accepting the cases of infant remains, we will strive to verify a crime has occurred which resulted in the child’s death. As individuals and as a company, we hope to see other IGG organizations adopt these same policies to ensure women who suffer from miscarriage are
Have you ever wondered what an investigative genetic genealogist really does or how the process works? Then this webinar is for you! Our team will be speaking at a FREE online event at the White Plains Public Library on June 2, 2022 at 7pm (ET). Register today! https://is.gd/fggwhiteplains
Woman-owned and operated business specializes in forensic genetic genealogy for the identification of perpetrators and victims of violent crimes WHITE PLAINS, NEW YORK, MAY 2022 – Coast to Coast Genetic Genealogy Services (CCGG) announces its official launch of business this month. Co-founded by partners Cairenn Binder, Tracie Boyle and Harmony Vollmer, CCGG’s primary mission is to partner with law enforcement agencies to solve cold cases through genetic genealogy services. The company’s founders