If an individual needs to have his fingerprints taken for the FBI, he can do so at his local law enforcement agency, the FBI notes. There are a number of channelers that process fingerprinting as well, such as 3M Cogent ... More »

In Florida, an applicant for a concealed weapons must visit a law enforcement agency and have fingerprints taken using an electronic fingerprints device, as of 2015. The fingerprinting procedure varies based on the organ... More »

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It is possible to use fingerprints to track criminals, locate missing persons and to identify someone's DNA. Some banks also offer fingerprint access to accounts. More »

People putting together neighborhood crime watch programs should map out strategies, build partnerships with local law enforcement, assess neighborhood needs, select and train volunteers, and develop meaningful projects,... More »

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"Speed limit enforced by aircraft" means that local law enforcement use aircraft to monitor motorists' speeds and issue citations based on radar and laser device speed measurements, according to Slate. "Speed limit enfor... More »

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Missing children and adults alike should be reported to local law enforcement agencies. After reporting the disappearance to the police, parents of missing children can also contact the National Center for Missing & Expl... More »

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The North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation works with local law enforcement to assist with criminal investigations, according to the North Carolina Department of Public Safety. Local law enforcement agencies includ... More »

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