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Fox12Idaho.com - Boise, Idaho: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

WTOL11.com, Toledo, Ohio: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

WFIE.com, Tri-States: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

KTVN Channel 2, Reno, Nevada: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

WECT6 Wilmington, North Carolina: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

KWWL.com Cedar Rapids, Iowa: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - Jails across the country are installing eye-scanning equipment to make sure inmates can't bluff their way to freedom. The U.S. Department of Justice has given $500,000 to the National Sheriff's Association, which is doling... read more

KMPH.com Fresno, California: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

Deseret News - Salt Lake City, Utah: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

ABC-7.com - Miami & Fort Lauderdale, Florida: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

WSVN-TV - Naples, Florida: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

KMOV.com - St. Louis: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

KENS5.com - San Antonio: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

LongIslandPress.com, New York: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of criminals

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

TodaysTHV.com - Little Rock, Arkansas: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

Jails across the country are installing eye-scanning equipment to make sure inmates can't bluff their way to freedom. The U.S. Department of Justice has given $500,000 to the National Sheriff's Association, which is doling out grants to about 45... read more

Fox41.com, Indiana & Kentucky: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

Posted: Feb 27, 2010 3:50 PM EST Jails across the country are installing eye-scanning equipment to make sure inmates can't bluff their way to freedom. The U.S. Department of Justice has given $500,000 to the National Sheriff's Association, which is... read more

ABClocal.go.com - Houston, Texas: Prisons installing eye-scanning software

DES MOINES, IA -- Jails across the country are installing eye-scanning equipment to make sure inmates can't bluff their way to freedom. The U.S. Department of Justice has given $500,000 to the National Sheriff's Association, which is doling out... read more

Aurora Sentinel, Aurora, Colorado: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

NewOrleans.com: Iris scans may prevent mistaken release of inmates

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A Baltimore inmate who bluffed his way out of prison probably wouldn't have tricked guards if they had eye-scanners such as those being installed at dozens of jails nationwide. The federal government is paying for the... read more

Bristol County Sheriff's Office: Iris Scanning for Seniors

Students of the Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech High School joined the Bristol County Sheriff's Office to provide IRIS scanning services to the residents of the Fairhaven Senior Center. The program is designed to help authorities identify children or... read more

Iowa State Daily: Story County introduces iris database

The Story County Jail will soon be scanning the irises of all current and new inmates as part of a biometric identification program that nearly 200 other agencies nationwide utilize. The iris scans, which recognize 256 points of reference according... read more