Fingerprints, pictures and voice recordings are transferred onto to a CD along with the child's name and birth date. The program also takes the child's DNA and tooth sample in order to make a complete file on the individual. CHIP coordinators say by giving this info to law enforcement, officials can quickly access the child's information and immediately identify who they're looking for. http://www.kjrh.com/news/local/story.aspx?content_id=fe11cb44-5164-4d33-8033-6318c99dd9f1 How do they get a "tooth" sample? Baby teeth?