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PC Magazine: Massachusetts Police Using iPhones to ID Perps

Could identifying criminals be as easy as holding up an iPhone, snapping a quick pic, and waiting for results? It sounds like a cross between a science-fiction fantasy and a silly joke, but the concept is no laughing matter for officers in the gang... read more

PC World: Police Facial Recognition: There's an App for That

US cops are employing Apple's iPhone to help identify potential criminals. The system, known as MORIS (Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System), lets police officers take a snap of a suspect and upload it to a secure network to be... read more

ITworldcanada.com: Police facial recognition comes to the iPhone

The system, known as MORIS (Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System), lets police officers take a snapshot of a suspect and upload it to a secure network to be analyzed.  If a biometric match is found, the identity, photo and... read more

Tonic.com: The New Crime-Fighting iPhone App Launches

Using biometric information, the new app helps police identify suspects in seconds. Amongst the millions of iPhone apps on offer today, there aren't many that can lay claim to fighting crime. Until now. As reported in Britain's Daily Mail, a new app... read more

Top News Singapore: iPhone app to catch crooks via looking in the eye

A recent application for the Police in the Brockton, Massachusetts comes in the form of a facial recognition system called MORIS, i. e. an app meant for iPhone to identify crime suspects. From the makers of BI2 Technologies, the app works in a... read more

Daily Mail Reporter: Police use iPhone app that can identify a suspect by taking a photo of their face

Police in the US are using an iPhone app to take photos of suspects and instantly compares them with a criminal database. The app employs biometric information such as facial recognition software to help police identify suspects within seconds.... read more

IPhone.TMC.Net: IPhone -BI2 Technologies Implements Biometric Offender Recognition

Biometric Intelligence and Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) has implemented Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System (MORIS), a groundbreaking Biometric Offender Recognition and Information Device. This iPhone-based mobile... read more
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Gizmodo: An iPhone App That Catches Crooks By Looking Them In the Eye

Police in the Brockton, Massachusetts gang unit are getting a shiny new toy to tackle crime with: a facial recognition system called MORIS that uses an iPhone to identify suspects in the field. I guess it beats being dragged downtown. Here's how the... read more
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Patriot Ledger: Catching criminals? Brockton cops have an app for that

BROCKTON — Officer Scott Shields held up the oversized iPhone and snapped a photo. Within seconds, that photo would match one of a man included in a test database. It is part of a new facial recognition system now being used by Brockton police. The... read more
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Patriot Ledger: Brockton police to use facial recognition system

BROCKTON — The city’s Police Department will be the first police force in the country to use a cutting-edge facial recognition system with an iPhone device to identify suspects. “I liken it to an iPhone on steroids,” said Plymouth County Sheriff... read more

Forbes: BI2 Technologies of Plymouth, Mass. Begins Implementation of MORIS(TM) - a First-of-its-Kind...

Press Release, BusinessWire - Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI(2) Technologies) www.bi2technologies.com of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that they have implemented MORIS(TM), the company's patent-pending, first-... read more

Trading-House.net: BI2 Technologies of Plymouth, Mass. Begins Implementation of MORIS

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) www.bi2technologies.com of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that they have implemented MORIS, the company's patent-pending, first-of-its-kind in the world iPhone-... read more

Euroinvester.co.uk: BI2 Technologies of Plymouth, Mass. Begins Implementation of MORIS™ -a First-of-its-Kind iPhone-based Mobile

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) www.bi2technologies.com of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that they have implemented MORIS™, the company’s patent-pending, first-of-its-kind in the world iPhone-... read more

Homeland Security Newswire: Animetrics provides facial recognition systems to Massachusetts law enforcement

BI2 Technologies awarded contract to implement statewide facial recognition system in Massachusetts to identify inmates, suspects and gang members; the facial recognition technology will come from new New Hampshire-based Animetrics; BI2 Technologies... read more

Plymouth Daily News: Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies wins contract for all the Sheriffs Dept. in MA

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI2 Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the Massachusetts Sheriffs’ Association (MSA) to provide a new facial recognition system... read more

Business News Security, UPI.com: BI2 selected for facial ID solutions

PLYMOUTH, Mass. -- The Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association has selected Biometric Intelligence and Identification Technologies to deliver facial identification solutions. BI2 Technologies announced it will provide Massachusetts' 14 county sheriff's... read more

UPI.com - BI2 selected for facial ID solutions

PLYMOUTH, Mass., June 2 (UPI) -- The Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association has selected Biometric Intelligence and Identification Technologies to deliver facial identification solutions. BI2 Technologies announced it will provide Massachusetts' 14... read more

Forbes: BI2 Technologies Awarded Contract To Implement Statewide Facial Recognition System to Identify...

Biometric Intelligence & Identification Technologies (BI(2) Technologies) of Plymouth, Massachusetts announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association (MSA) to provide a new facial recognition system... read more

Hua Hin Today (Thailand): Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

New York Times: Jails Hope Eye Scanners Can Provide Foolproof Identification System for Inmates

DES MOINES (AP) — A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison last week probably would not have been able to trick guards if they had eye scanners like the ones being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is... read more