Switzerland 2012. Geneva Police

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Switzerland. Geneva. Paquis police station. Police officers scan the fingerprints of an handcuffed african man from Guinea who was arrested for selling drugs in the streets. Fingerprint recognition or fingerprint authentication is an automated method of verifying the identities of men. A police station or station house is a building which serves police officers and contains offices, temporary holding cells and interview/interrogation rooms. Cross Match Technologies' original Guardian was the first compact, mobile, ten-print livescan solution to meet stringent biometric standards. Designed for rapid, forensic-quality fingerprint capture, all Guardian versions are fully compliant FBI Appendix F certified scanners suitable for both criminal and applicant biometric identity management. 5.05.12 © 2012 Didier Ruef