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Nine Additional Virginia Law Enforcement Agencies Deploy BIO-key(R) and DaPro Systems Solution
Date:4/6/2009

BIO-key International's MobileCop(R) and DaProSystems' Public Safety System Equip Officers with Access to Mobile Data and a Link to Dispatchers

WALL, N.J., April 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- BIO-key International, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BKYI), a leader in finger-based biometric identification and wireless public safety solutions and its partner, DaProSystems of Roanoke, Virginia, a leading provider of Public Safety Software, announced nine recent mobile data software contract awards from existing DaProSystems customers in Virginia. Using MobileCop(R), BIO-key's wireless query and messaging solution and DaProSystems' Mobile FR field reporting tool on laptops in their patrol vehicles, officers can now communicate silently and securely with the dispatch center, query state and federal criminal justice databases, and complete and submit reports on-scene. Immediate access to criminal justice data, such as stolen vehicle reports and outstanding arrest warrants, helps protect officer safety and reduces unsecure radio traffic, and the ability to complete reports in the field improves officer productivity. Under these contracts, a total of 110 patrol units are being equipped with the new software.

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The mobile data contracts awards are from the sheriff's offices in Franklin, Northampton and Patrick Counties, police departments in Blackstone, Bridgewater, Broadway, Grottoes and Timberville, and the James Madison University (JMU) Police. For the Blackstone Police Department, this is the final phase of a department-wide systems modernization program, which also included a new computer-aided dispatch (CAD) and records management system (RMS) from DaProSystems. The JMU Police award also includes PocketCop(R), BIO-key's complementary mobile data
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