Law enforcement biometrics refers to applications and biometric systems which aid law enforcement agencies. While most often fingerprints, DNA, and in some cases facial recognition, this is a wide-ranging category and can include AFIS, ABIS, mobile identification systems, criminal ID solutions, fingerprint recognition, surveillance, as well as access control systems.
Capturing criminal information and verifying criminals against existing databases becomes critical while at the same time protecting the identities of the general public. Dealing with these challenges requires reliable and up to date technology in order to improve efficiencies related to law enforcement.
Aidentix has designed, manufactured, and delivered multi-modal biometric solutions for identity registration and identity verification purposes. Law enforcement officials are using our mobile biometric devices to identify suspects, and document evidence at crime scenes.
Law enforcement is also increasingly relying upon the use of DNA-based technologies as an aid in solving crimes. Although not yet at the point of other biometric technologies in terms of speed, DNA is being used to process criminal suspects to separate the guilty from the innocent. It is also being used to identify victims and to match convicted offenders to outstanding crimes.
The third emerging biometric technology that law enforcement agencies are now testing is facial recognition. Authorities in the U.S. and United Kingdom authorities are reportedly testing the use of facial recognition to match images captured by surveillance cameras against databases of “criminals.” Law enforcement agencies are also beginning to use facial recognition and urban video surveillance systems to monitor neighborhoods and large scale public events such as concerts.
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