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tion Processing Standards (FIPS). The technology minimizes loss of visual contact during traffi c stops while en- suring offi cers always have one hand free, whether on foot, bicycle, horse- back, motorcycle or in a car. It instantly highlights critical data fi elds that indi- cate the threat level based on DMV and criminal records searches. In addition, the system checks license and vehicle status, state justice status including wants, warrants and domestic abuse restraining orders, active federal wants and warrants and ‘be on the lookout’ notices, weapon ownership, and can display a contact’s DMV photo along with many other important details. As of press time, one Midwest


police department is fully rolled out with Law ID. During the test- ing phase of three to four months in the field, officers gave their feedback and suggestions, which led Intellicheck to add different features. For example, the place- ment of buttons on the screen, screen color changes, etc. Dr. Roof explained that certain colors on a phone or tablet screen highlight an offi cer’s face more at night, so they changed those to increase of- fi cer safety. According to Dr. Roof, every offi cer in the large suburban department is currently using Law ID, and the response has been great so far. Available as a subscription ser-


vice or a customized solution de- signed to meet an agency’s specifi c needs, Intellicheck’s professional services team of authentication experts are available 24/7. This includes integration with agen- cies’ existing systems and custom databases that may include social media threat analysis, while also adding analytics capabilities for a seamless solution. Training at po-


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lice departments and through the Web is also available. “We’re always looking for ways to make the product better,” Dr. Roof noted. A signifi cant number of police depart-


ments across the country are now inter- ested in Law ID at all levels: Federal, State, and Local. Intellicheck’s threat identifi cation technology is also used throughout the retail industry, includ- ing large department stores, to mitigate the threat of fake IDs used for fraudulent purposes. Law ID also helps stop under- age drinking by recognizing fake IDs. “Once an ID is scanned, an offi cer will know immediately if he/she has a fake,”


Dr. Roof explained. Put simply, Law ID is a quick and


safe way to do identifi cation and threat assessment in the fi eld. “It is very valu- able for both citizen and offi cer safety,” Dr. Roof stated. It all adds up to a safer community, and a more informed and effi cient police force.


Jennifer Gavigan is the Managing Editor of LAW and ORDER Magazine. She can be reached at


jgavigan@hendonpub.com. LaO Post your comments on this story by


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