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South Carolina RAPID-ID

Mobile Fingerprint Identification






Rapid and reliable identification. Anywhere, anytime.


DataWorks Plus' RAPID-ID uses two-finger biometric identification to perform searches against a centralized database at the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) as well as the FBI Repository of Individuals of Special Concern (RISC) database. Agencies across South Carolina can submit a search using mobile fingerprint devices for positive identification. Officers can use your selected fingerprint device to scan fingerprints wherever positive identification is needed, such as roadside stops, crime scenes, or inmate movement. Officers will be able to view the results in seconds. If a hit is made, then the individual's identifying data and photo will be available for them as well.


The DataWorks Plus RAPID-ID system is an extremely fast and accurate software solution that is hardware agnostic. Fingerprints can be scanned with the Cogent BlueCheck IIu, Mi3, Motorola MC75, or any other FBI-approved fingerprint scanner. Images and results can be transmitted either wirelessly or between a wired USB device and computer. You can view the results on any computer, such as an MDT. All-in-one Motorola MC75 and Cogent Mi3 devices scan fingerprints and display results.


Free Evaluation Units

If you would like to test how the RAPID-ID system would work for your agency, there are free evaluation units available. Please contact Sales Manager Rick Johnson if you would like to see how valuable this system could be for your agency. The free evaluation units are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Screen Examples (Click on image to view):

SAF-ID / RAPID-ID can be used on portable devices, such as the Motorola MC75 or Cogent BlueCheck. Multiple fingerprints can be captured by the mobile devices and submitted to a central fingerprint database. If there is a match, then the mugshot and criminal history can be displayed.The online transaction monitor can display customized results from multiple fingerprint devices. Information such as the type of device, whether or not a match occured, who submitted the search, and the agency that the match occured against can be displayed. This information can be filtered and searched.The online transaction monitor and the thick client can be used to view records matching fingerprint submissions. This can be used to review records that were matched in mobile applications. It is also used in facilities such as jails for identity verification at intake and release.Fingerprints that are submitted, as well as the fingerprints from matching records can be viewed. This has proven to be helpful to ensure that the quality of the submitted fingerprints was high enough to match against existing records.