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Minnesota Justice Information Services Deploys BIO-key(R) Biometric Identification
Date:5/17/2010

e fingerprint reader that plugs into the officer's computer. The BIO-key software quickly and accurately establishes the officers' identity by comparing a scanned image against their previously registered fingerprints.

"Feedback from the pilot users was very positive and the use of the system has been found to be very intuitive. The biometric signing is fast, accurate convenient and easy to use," said Jill Oliveira, Public Information Officer for the Minnesota Dept. of Public Safety Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Chief Dana Waldron from the Virginia MN Police Department added he wouldn't dream of going back to paper.

The major benefits of the system include:

  • Time savings: For law enforcement, the time savings estimates have averaged 45 minutes per criminal complaint.
  • Workflow Monitoring: The system eliminates lost paper complaints. A simple search can be run to see the status of all complaints that are currently in the signing process and the individuals and agencies to which they are assigned.
  • Auditing: Workflow tracking is available as an audit function, in case the authenticity of the complaint or the signatures on it are challenged.
  • High Acceptance: Acceptance by law enforcement and the court has been extremely favorable.

"The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has been truly innovative in applying technology to not only improve the services it provides its constituents but in a way that requires fewer resources! This is a model solution that every state should deploy," added BIO-key CEO Mike DePasquale.

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