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BIO-key(R) Awarded Mobile Data Contract for Additional 10 Kentucky Law Enforcement Agencies
Date:4/21/2008

County-wide MobileCop(R) System Expands to Support 18 Public Safety

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WALL, N.J., April 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BIO-key International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BKYI), a leader in finger-based biometric identification and wireless public safety solutions, today announced the award of a contract from the Erlanger (Kentucky) Police Department ("the Department") for additional MobileCop licenses. The contract will enable ten new public safety agencies in Kenton County (Kentucky) to join the county-wide mobile data system managed by the Department's 911 Communications Center. With MobileCop, police officers and other first responders in the field have access to critical federal, state and local information directly from laptops in their vehicles. MobileCop also provides first responders the ability to send incident updates and alerts to commanders and other mobile units directly from their laptop. The data system will serve a total of eighteen agencies in twelve Kenton County communities -- and more than 160 mobile users -- upon activation on May 1st, 2008. Additional agencies are expected to join in the future.

MobileCop is linked to a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system located within the Department's 911 Communications Center. Detailed information from a 911 call for service from any participating community can be transmitted directly to the nearest available patrol unit in that community. Now officers and firefighters are better prepared to address an emergency because they get critical information on the incident and the people involved before they even get to the scene.

For incidents requiring mutual aid or crossing jurisdictions, such as pursuit of a suspect, available police units from nearby communities can be dispatched through MobileCop, ensuring better backup and improving officer safety. MobileCop addresses one of the major shortfalls reported by the 911 Commission, interagency com
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