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Livescan Solutions

October 8, 2013
With biometric technology rapidly evolving, MorphoTrak can help you future-proof your livescan investment. We're delivering new capabilities with the latest algorithms that ensure optimum performance with the top AFIS systems. IACP Booth #2655

Mace Introduces XPrint Fingerprint Scan Stations

December 12, 2012
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.

L.A. County Sheriff Adds Mobile Computers To Fleet

November 2, 2011
The new computer systems will provide more than 2,400 field units with greater access to new public safety technologies. Deputies will now be able to utilize the Sheriff's Data Network, Intranet and other criminal databases from their vehicles.

Fulcrum Biometrics Introduces Fingerprint Scanner for Apple Devices

June 22, 2011
The FBI-certified silicon fingerprint sensor and accompanying "app" for Apple's iPhone and iPod touch provide a portable, biometric system for mobile identification.

Feds Shift Focus of Immigration Enforcement to Violent Illegals

June 18, 2011
The Obama Administration has altered a federal fingerprint program designed to identify criminal illegal immigrants to halt deportations of crime victims and witnesses.

Alabama Joins Federal Fingerprint Database

May 6, 2011
The Alabama Department of Public Safety began participating in the Secure Communities system maintained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Feds Gave Local Agencies Conflicting Info on Fingerprint Program

April 27, 2011
Hundreds of e-mails led agencies to believe they could opt out of the mandatory program that provides fingerprints of arrestees to federal authorities. Inconsistent guidance was provided to agencies in e-mails that, at times, were sent from unknown senders.

Mobile Rapid ID

October 6, 2010
Cross Match Technologies' Mobile Rapid ID provides law enforcement agencies with immediate verification of subjects' identities in the field. Wireless technology liberates officers to capture forensic-quality biometric data for comparison against stored watch lists or databases.

Man Shot By LAPD Used Three Names

September 12, 2010
Investigators say the man used Manuel Jamines, Manuel Ramirez and Gregorio Luis Perez at various times.

Criminals Increasingly Mutilate Fingers To Avoid Fingerprint ID

July 26, 2010
The case represents an increasing trend where criminals mutilate their fingertips so they can't be connected by police to their earlier crimes. The Suffolk County district attorney said the trend has been increasingly on display during "heavy weight drug cases."

Nevada County Adopts Federal Fingerprint Database to ID Criminal Illegals

July 17, 2010
The resource is provided by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to help local authorities identify high-risk illegal immigrants who have been convicted of crimes such as homicide, rape, kidnapping or drug trafficking, among other violent offenses.

Detroit Teen Gets 53 Years For Carjacking Officer

January 12, 2010
David Laston was convicted last month of shooting officer Thomas Rettig outside a southwest Detroit auto parts store.

Boise PD Crime Lab

December 4, 2009

The Boise Police Crime Lab applies scientific laboratory testing procedures to the analysis of physical crime fingerprint evidence for the purpose of comparison or identification. Evidence seized at crime scenes is routed to the crime lab for the development of fingerprints by the use of various powders, chemicals and other treatment methods. Video via Boise PD.

Beyond Facial Recognition

October 30, 2009

Currently, biometric systems are being used every day by officers in two distinct missions: security and identification. And they can be very useful.

12 Michigan Departments Will Test Portable Fingerprint Scanners

August 19, 2009
In response, the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan has said it expects court challenges. A state law bans fingerprinting on arrests where the sentence would be less than 90 days.

FBI Announces Contract Award for Next Generation Identification System

March 3, 2008
The FBI announced it has awarded Lockheed Martin Transportation and Security Solutions the contract for the design, development, documentation, integration, testing, and deployment of the Next Generation Identification (NGI) System.

How To Lift Fingerprints

February 1, 2007

As the responding patrol officer it’s your job to properly process the crime scene, including locating, printing, collecting, and documenting all fingerprint evidence on scene — not necessarily an easy task.

Getting a Clue

May 1, 2002

Technological advances in instrumentation and equipment let law enforcement continually rethink what is possible when collecting forensic evidence. Utilizing new products and technologies often allows more evidence to be located, identified, and collected.

New Fingerprint Technology IDs the Bad Guys Faster Than Ever

January 1, 2002

The fingerprint has always been one of law enforcement’s most solid, undefeatable bits of evidence. Matching prints can be as good as gold.

Automated Palmprint Identification System

January 1, 2000
NEC Technologies Inc., a leader in Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) technology, featured its new Automated Palmprint Identification System, which can scan a suspect's fingerprints and palmprints. Once a latent palmprint is lifted at a crime scene, it can be scanned and entered into the database for matching.
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