EIS announces the availability of the new integrated Fingerprint Biometric Verification Component within the EIS JMS, as a part of the EIS Biometric Identity Solution. The JMS Fingerprint Biometric System is intended to quickly identify subjects as part of the booking intake process and to verify the inmate’s identity at specific incarceration milestones, such as release from the facility. This helps ensure that inmates are booked under the correct name and can speed bookings by facilitating prior record retrieval. During release officers, can verify identity to help ensure that the appropriate inmate is being processed.
The fingerprint verification technology is deployed as an integrated part of the JMS and accessible from the operational screens in the JMS. This simplifies the officers’ interaction with the fingerprint devices and eliminates complex interfaces.
Provide subject identification during intake – This will allow officers to search previous booking records based on an associated fingerprint.
Provide rapid inmate validation – This would be used during release to ensure the inmate being processed is related to the inmate’s data record in the JMS.
Provide biometric technology consistent with current law enforcement standards for fingerprint processing and that is extensible for future applications.
Please call for more information as to how EIS’s integrated biometrics may work for you!