Sep 272013
 September 27, 2013  Posted by  Laws, U.S.

Lupita Murillo reports:

It’s the latest in crime fighting technology and Tucson Police are among the first-in-the-state to use it.

An automated fingerprint identification system that patrol officers have access to 24/7.

More than 60 of these handheld devices have been distributed from patrol to undercover units.

Read more on KVOA.

And then explain to me whether police can just insist you provide your fingerprints. What’s the law on that in Arizona? Elsewhere?

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for sending in this link.

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