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Mace Introduces XPrint Fingerprint Scan Stations
December 12, 2012
Photo courtesy of Mace.
Mace Security International has introduced its XPrint digital fingerprint scanning station for law enforcement agencies.
The XPrint line of smart live scan stations will allow law enforcement and private sector agencies to comply with FBI and state mandates to replace traditional ink-on-paper prints with digital fingerprint scans, according to the company.
Mace also announced a licensing agreement with Colorado-based Secure Outcomes Inc. Mace will handle marketing, sales and distribution through its vast network within the domestic and international law enforcement community.
XPrint touch-screen systems allow officers to quickly capture and transmit detainee information; store thousands of fingerprint sets; automatically score individual print quality; eliminate PCs and additional software; and reduce operator error with only minimal training.
Grant funding is available, according to Mace.
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