Indiana, law enforcement, Michigan

Biometrics & the Michigan State Police

New technologies help police ID suspected crooks (South Bend Tribune)

11/2-year-old Biometrics and Identification Division of the State Police makes Michigan the first state to have a separate office working on criminal justice biometrics.

“Criminals are known for being untruthful, and they have a motive to hide their identity. So it’s up to law enforcement to find out who they really are and find out if they may be wanted for other crimes in other places across the state or the country,” he said.

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