About 1,000 forensic professionals from around the world will be in Milwaukee this week for an annual conference.
The International Association for Identification is holding its 96th International Educational Conference through Saturday at the Frontier Airlines Center.
Experts are expected from local, state, federal and international law enforcement agencies like the U.S. Secret Service, Israeli national police, Australian federal police, New South Wales police, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
It will feature lectures and workshops on topics such as fingerprint identification, bloodstain pattern analysis, crime scene investigation and forensic odontology.
Mike Grimes is showcasing Integrated Biometrics’ new Watson 2 Finger Roll Scanner. Watson utilizes Integrated Biometrics’ patented LES (Light Emitting Sensor) Technology making it smaller and more durable than other two-finger roll scan mobile biometric fingerprint readers on the market. Watson comes with an auto-on feature that can be enabled or disabled by the user. Watson is light weight, compact, durable, and uses little energy making it ideal for mobile applications.
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