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Metropolitan Police Service develops mobile fingerprint device to save time and public money

The Metropolitan Police Service has become the first British police force to develop its own mobile fingerprint device in a move that’s designed to save both officer time and public money. The mobile biometric device, named INK (Identity Not Known) Biometrics, scans...
Posted On 16 Aug 2018
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West Yorkshire Police trials all-new Home Office mobile fingerprinting technology

New mobile fingerprinting technology will allow front line officers across the country to use their smart phones to identify people in less than a minute – saving police time and reducing costs. An App on an officer’s phone, combined with a handheld scanner, will mean that police...
Posted On 12 Feb 2018