Police use iPhone app that can identify a suspect by taking a photo of their face

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June 16, 2010

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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.

Known as MORIS (Mobile Offender Recognition and Identification System), the system lets police officers take a photo of a suspect, upload it into a secure network where it is then analysed.

Police test out the MORIS system which will be used to identify suspects using the iPhone

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