The Dunwoody Police Department is using state grant money to buy a mobile fingerprint scanner to help officers on patrol.
The Rapid ID Mobile device will scan suspects’ fingerprints to see if they match any in the current law enforcement systems. If a match happens, a photo and bio will appear for the fingerprints, along with any outstanding warrants or parole and probation information.
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