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Texas College Police Unit Deploys BIO-key(R) Mobile Data System
Date:1/5/2009

be overheard or even picked up by a scanner. Using MobileCop's silent, secure messaging feature, a dispatcher can send critical information on a student involved in an incident, for example, to the responding officer without that risk."

MobileCop is used by campus police on some of the largest campuses in the country, including the University of Kentucky, the University of Maryland, Indiana University and Boston University. "We're pleased to have Collin College join the many colleges and universities that rely on our mobile data solutions to help protect their students, faculty and staff," said Ken Souza, Senior Vice President and General Manager of BIO-key's Law Enforcement Division. "And we're continuing to expand our campus safety product offerings with the recent introduction of our MobileCampus(TM) secure messaging solution. Now administrators and faculty can communicate directly with campus police and with each other using BlackBerry smartphones, so everyone can share information quickly and respond effectively to any on-campus incident."

About BIO-key

BIO-key International, Inc., headquartered in Wall, New Jersey, develops and delivers advanced identification solutions and information services to law enforcement departments, public safety agencies, government and private sector customers. BIO-key's mobile wireless technology provides first responders with critical, reliable, real-time data and images from local, state and national databases. BIO-key's high performance, scalable, cost-effective and easy-to- deploy biometric finger identification technology accurately identifies and authenticates users of wireless and enterprise data to improve security, convenience and privacy and to reduce identity theft. Over 750 police departments in North America use BIO-key solutions, making BIO-key the leading supplier of mobile and wireless solutions for law e
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