Brief: Photo repository

The Connecticut State Police has a requirement for photo repository and facial recognition software. The repository will store photographs of arrested persons and provide photo lineup support to officers. The system must return appropriate stored photographs to be used for photo lineups based on user input of specific descriptive criteria. Any agencies requiring photographs, including corrections, Department of Motor Vehicles, law enforcement, states attorney's office, sex offender registry, adult probation and bail will have access to this repository. An RFP is expected this month.


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