I'm looking for papers or other references on DNA profiling statistics. Something comprehensive that covers the whole shebang. I kind of troubled by some of the match probabilities being linked to "race" i.e. Caucasian. I'm not even sure what Caucasian even means scientifically. What happens when you combine a subjective measure to what is supposedly a random set? Is the result still random? It seems like the entire process of DNA profiling has probabilities involved then those proceeding probabilities (errors etc) are discarded when making the final judgment of say one in a million people will match some reference sample. This final judgment is based on FBI tables which are subdivided into race.