Nov 152018
 
 November 15, 2018  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

DutchNews.nl reports:

Dutch police are calling for easier access to the data base of fingerprints belonging to refugees and undocumented migrants in order to solve more crimes.

John Riemen, head of the national force’s biometrics centre, says that access would allow the police to catch more burglars and shoplifters, Trouw reported on Thursday.

Up to 2002, when police had full access to the data base, it provided one third of all positive matches, Riemen told the paper.

Read more at DutchNews.nl.

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