Updated: Mar 1
Using fingerprints to identify individuals is now commonplace, and that identification role is an invaluable tool worldwide to for everyone from police and nurses to airline pre-check and firearm ownership.
Used in China perhaps as early as 300 B.C., in Japan as early as A.D. 702, and in the United States since 1902, the original ink and roll method has been used as proof of a person's identity. While we offer traditional fingerprinting services, they can take much longer to submit and verify. Technology has opened the door for instant fingerprinting submissions and more rapid approval or verification.
Live Scan technology has been around since 1989 and has developed into a robust, plug and play system with more accuracy and portability. State regulated software is used to transmit those images with relevant information.
To learn more about Live Scan fingerprinting what it is and how it works, watch the video below.