Criminal Identification System
Revolutionise Criminal Identification With
Real Time Tracking
Facia introduces a groundbreaking criminal identification system, designed to provide law enforcement agencies with real-time, accurate, and efficient solutions for identifying suspects.
Challenges in Modern Law Enforcement
Law enforcement agencies face numerous challenges in identifying and tracking individuals, especially in dynamic and complex environments
- Difficulty in rapidly identifying individuals in crowded spaces.
- Challenges in tracking suspects with limited physical evidence.
- The use of emerging technologies by criminals to fool security systems.
Why Choose Facia
Facia’s advanced algorithms enable rapid suspect identification, significantly speeding up criminal investigations.
It can be deployed on-premises, in the cloud, or even integrated easily with existing systems and workflows.
Facia’s system is designed for cross-border collaboration, aiding coordination among countries to prevent major criminal activities.
Reliable Face Identification System for Criminal Investigation
Facia excels in both speed and accuracy. It can scan 3 million faces in under 4 seconds with with unparalleled accuracy. Our technology has a False Acceptance Rate (FAR) of 0% at less than 1% False Rejection Rate (FRR).
Our system is designed for scalability, adeptly handling increasing data volumes and user numbers without compromising performance.
Facia’s technology is interoperable, seamlessly integrating with existing law enforcement databases and legacy biometric systems for efficient data synchronisation and management.
Web-Based Interface and Comprehensive Enrollment
Facia offers an intuitive, easy to use interface, allowing easy access and operation, including features like case overview, hitlists, and system administration.
Our comprehensive enrollment options support a wide range of biometric data collection, ensuring high-quality data capture for accurate identification.
Advanced Identification With Customisable Workflows
Our system includes sophisticated features like face-in-video identification, accelerating investigations with advanced facial biometrics.
Facia’s customisable workflows adapt to the specific needs of different agencies, enhancing operational efficiency.
Frequently Asked Questions
An Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS) is a computer system that uses biometric data, such as fingerprints, facial features, or iris patterns, to identify individuals. ABIS is used by law enforcement agencies to identify suspects and criminals, border control agencies to identify travellers, and other organizations to verify the identity of individuals.
An ABIS works by comparing biometric data from an unknown individual to a repository of biometric data from known individuals. The system uses algorithms to extract and compare features from the biometric data, and it assigns a score to each comparison. If the score is high enough, the system determines that the unknown individual is a match for a known individual.
ABIS are used in a variety of criminal identification systems, including:
- Fingerprint identification systems: ABIS are used to compare fingerprints from crime scenes to fingerprints from criminal suspects.
- Facial recognition systems: ABIS are used to compare facial features from surveillance footage to facial images of criminal suspects.
ABIS are a powerful tool for identifying individuals, and they are increasingly being used in criminal identification systems
The Next Generation Identification (NGI) system, an initiative by the FBI, represents an advanced, integrated biometric identification system. It encompasses multiple modalities like Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS), facial recognition, and Iris Recognition Integrated System (IRIS), enhancing the scope and accuracy of criminal identification.
Yes, numerous U.S. law enforcement agencies employ facial recognition technology. They utilize systems like Facial Analysis, Comparison, and Evaluation (FACE) and state-level databases for suspect identification, missing persons cases, and crime-solving. The application of this technology is governed by varying state laws and national guidelines to ensure ethical usage and privacy protection.