Police to trial mobile fingerprinting on the street in initiative slammed by Liberty

Nicholas Fearn
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No public or parliamentary debate over police mobile fingerprinting tech trial, argues Liberty

Frontline police officers are trialling new mobile fingerprinting technology that will enable them to identify suspects within minutes as part of plans to save police time and slash costs - but the...

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