November 25, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Corrections1 Member,

While biometrics are popular in airports, data centers and secure areas of high-tech companies, they still are scarce in correctional facilities. But biometric identification technologies hold substantial promise for corrections and law enforcement.

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The Corrections1 Team
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