Brief: Fingerprint ID system

The Alameda County, Calif., Police Department wants a mobile fingerprint identification system. Mobile scanners, support computers, software and real-time wireless biometric fingerprint technology are needed. Officers want to scan, collect and forward data to the police department's criminal investigation bureau for verification of identities.

The bureau will help identify people at crime scenes, checkpoints and other situations in the field. An RFP for the $250,000 project is expected at the end of the month.

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