Biometric identification systems to be used for prison monitoring and identification across correctional facilities and prisons

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Biometric identification systems are becoming increasingly popular for correctional facilities and prisons, as they have the potential to fundamentally change the way in which jailers and correctional officers do their jobs on a day-to-day basis.

Beginning with the booking process, one of the most important things jail or prison staff has to do is establish the subject’s identity by collecting readable fingerprints.

Because of the large number of prisoners in some facilities, correctional organizations are sometimes finding it difficult to securely manage their identification records. Because of this, many prisons and jails are moving away from collecting fingerprints via the traditional ink-and-roll 10-card and adopting biometric fingerprint identification technology.

Many facilities have already implemented some form of biometrics for inmate identification. In these facilities, once an individual’s electronic fingerprint is scanned, it is attached to that inmate’s in-custody records so that any time a CO or other correctional employee has a need to verify that person’s identity, the information is at their fingertips in the facility database.

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