San Diego County Sheriff's Department
March, 2013 - Digital CrimeScene
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department has purchased the Tattoo Plus Generation II matching system from DataWorks Plus. The Tattoo Plus system is a module of the Digital PhotoManager product suite and will allow the county to submit tattoos against the county database for matching purposes. This is the second deployment the company has had for Tattoo matching, the other system in use is at the LA County Sheriff's Department.
Pennsylvania State Police
March, 2013 - Digital PhotoManager
The Pennsylvania State Police has purchased a Digital PhotoManager Capture Workstation for the purpose of adding Commonwealth Photo Imaging Network (CPIN) booking as well as processing background checks and Employment Applications for the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board at the Isle of Capri Casino in the Woodlands Resort in Nemacolin, PA. Pennsylvania Department of Corrections.
King County Sheriff's Department
March, 2013 - Digital CrimeScene
The King County Sheriff's Department has purchased the Digital CrimeScene system to encompass their forensic evidence. The system consists of both the CrimeWorks Web Based clients and the Digital CrimeScene full station licenses to cover all of the department’s needs. The server architecture and workstation hardware is being provided by the customer and DataWorks Plus will be doing the software integration. The system was awarded to DataWorks Plus by sole source.
Ottawa County Sheriff's Department
February, 2013 - NIST Manager Plus
The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office has given DataWorks Plus a purchase order to add the NIST Manager fingerprint archive system to their existing Digital PhotoManager system and convert about 95,000 records to the NIST Manager system from the existing archive system. The system was awarded to DataWorks Plus through a sole source award.
Pennsylvania Department of Corrections
December, 2012 - Digital PhotoManager
The PA DOC has purchased 3 new mugshot capture workstations for two state correctional institutions at Benner PA and Waymart PA as a system expansion. This brings the total number of workstations on the DOC mugshot system to 31 facilities throughout Pennsylvania. This was a sole source purchase.
Riverside & San Bernardino County Sheriff's Departments
September, 2012 - FACE Plus with Pose Correction and IRIS Capture
Jointly, the Riverside and San Bernardino County Sheriff's Departments are sharing a central mugshot repository with the Digital PhotoManager WebWorks Plus as the core application deployment. Further the counties have newly acquired the NEC Facial Recognition system in addition to their current Cognitec product. They will be using the new DataWorks Plus Facial Recognition Case Management suite that includes the Animetrics Pose Correction software for even higher accuracy facial matching. The counties have also acquired IRIS cameras from AOptix that allow for simultaneous front facial and IRIS capture from up to 6 feet from the camera. DataWorks Plus has provided custom integration to allow for controlling the AOptix camera from a Digital PhotoManager capture station.
Michigan State Police
The facial recognition upgrade is being completed as a multi-phased project that will progress as funding becomes available. The first phase was to accept a driver’s license database of approximately 28 to 30 million photos. DataWorks Plus is performing a data scrub of the individual unique driver’s license records to identify records that have multiple face images, which would indicate that someone else’s identity was used to obtain a driver’s license. This phase is started and is on-going. The second phase, which has been completed, was to deliver the necessary hardware and servers for the matching of a possible 30 million records. The next phase will be full enrollment of all 30 million images. This will permit a 1-to-many search of each image to determine if an individual has multiple driver’s licenses issued under different identities. The anomalies are presented to state investigators as exception reports. After all images are enrolled into the facial recognition system, images captured when issuing new driver’s licenses will be checked against the database for abnormalities.
2012 - Digital PhotoManager
Michigan State Police has initiated a system upgrade to their State Network of Agency Photographs (SNAP) mugshot repository built on DataWorks Plus PhotoManager system. The SNAP system currently has FACE Plus installed on the arrest database with a Cognitec search engine. The initiative will add an additional database of Michigan driver’s licenses photo images with an NEC search engine. The NEC search engine will also be added to the arrest database so that criminal investigations will have the two engine solution. The SNAP system is set up so that probe images are also submitted to the FBI facial recognition system. Michigan is taking part in an FBI pilot program and is the first state to have this submission set up for testing. The Michigan State Police SNAP system facial recognition also accepts probe images from the FBI.
Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association
Linked to a central primary server and backup server at the Pennsylvania State Police, the database includes all the arrests captured electronically throughout Pennsylvania. The system has regional redundancy with clones of the database at the three main regional backup servers in Pennsylvania. The combined database is accessed through the Pennsylvania Justice Network (PA JNet) by more than 30,000 law enforcement officials via web clients. The new Central Booking workstations include Clearfield County Jail, Franklin County Courthouse, Blair County Prison, Cambria County Prison, Sharon Police Department, Old Lycoming Township Police, Millcreek Township Police, Northern Lancaster County Regional Police, Latrobe Police, Jefferson County Jail, and the Horsham Township Police. This was a sole source purchase.
2012 - Digital PhotoManager
The Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association has continued to expand the Commonwealth Photo Imaging Network (CPIN) system in 2012 with the purchase of 11Central Booking Capture Workstations utilizing the Digital PhotoManager mugshot system. The CPIN system now includes more than 240 CPIN capture workstations
Riverside County Sheriff's Department
May, 2012 - Digital CrimeScene
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department has purchased the Digital CrimeScene system to encompass their entire department, including police departments within the county. The system consists of both the CrimeWorks Web Based clients and the Digital CrimeScene full station licenses to cover all of the department’s needs. The server architecture supports a fully mirrored and fault tolerant fail over strategy ensuring no images can ever be lost and a high availability of system access. The system was awarded to DataWorks Plus through a sole source award.
Placer County Sheriff's Department
October, 2011 - LiveScan Plus, Digital PhotoManager, and IRIS Capture
The Placer County Sheriff's Department has purchased the DataWorks Plus LiveScan Plus using the Cross Match L SCAN 1000PX fingerprint/palmprint decks. They system also includes a hooded IRIS capture and matching system.
Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police
August, 2011 - FACE Plus Facial Recognition System
The PA Chiefs of Police awarded DataWorks Plus a contract to replace the existing facial recognition system after a competitive RFP process. DataWorks Plus’ solution offered a new innovative approach to facial recognition. The Pennsylvania JNet Facial Recognition System (JFRS) was provided with two search engines, using the Cognitec algorithms and the NEC algorithms. As the algorithms differ, the results differ. The system displays each search engine result set separately and also shows a combined result set with the results common to both result sets. DataWorks Plus also built a customized Case Management client that incorporates the Animetrics 3-D modeling software for pose correction and light normalization of off-posed or poorly lighted images. It also includes additional edit options, such as contrast and brightness and allows for curtained side-by-side viewing of the probe and result photo. The JFRS system supports interfaces to external systems, including submission of probe photo to the PENN DOT driver’s license database. PENN DOT results are displayed within the facial recognition Case Management application. The system also accepts a probe photo from the PENN DOT system and sends back result images.
JFRS is linked to the Commonwealth Photo Imaging System (CPIN) and supports a watchlist, whereby images obtained of suspects wanted for any number of reasons can be placed on the watchlist by an investigator. Each new arrest processing image captured in CPIN, the statewide mugshot system, is run against the watchlist for a possible match. If a possible match is found, the system sends an email notification to the person submitting the photo image with the current location information. The watchlist monitor function also notifies the booking station that there is a possible match and that an investigator may be contacting the booking center for more information. The system is set up so that the submitting investigator views and evaluates the new arrest photo and the submitted photo for match possibilities. The booking station personnel do not have judgment responsibility. The facial recognition system also supports image submission from mobile devices for field investigations, returning results to a secure web page accessible from the device. This award is the result of a competitive bidding process.
Michigan State Police
September, 2011 - Digital CrimeScene
Michigan State Police has purchased the Digital CrimeScene system to add to their suite of DataWorks Plus products. This will be a statewide system allowing investigators and photographers to enter and view crime scene images into the secure Digital CrimeScene repository via web clients from workstations throughout the state, on the Michigan State MICJIN Portal. This purchase was sole source after customer review of various crime scene photograph and digital asset systems.
Seattle Police Department
July, 2011 - Digital CrimeScene
The Seattle Police Department has purchased the Digital CrimeScene system to encompass their entire department. The system consists of both the CrimeWorks Web Based clients and the Digital CrimeScene full station licenses to cover all of the department’s needs. The server architecture supports a fully mirrored and fault tolerant fail over strategy ensuring no images can ever be lost and a high availability of system access. The system was awarded to DataWorks Plus through a competitive bid process.
Dublin Police Department, OH
October, 2010 - Digital PhotoManager, Digital CrimeScene
The Dublin Police Department awarded a contract to DataWorks Plus to implement its Digital CrimeScene and Digital PhotoManager systems. The Digital CrimeScene application securely manages Dublin’s digital assets including crime scene photos. The system includes a 5 concurrent user CrimeWorks web based license to be used for investigations, printing on demand and uploading photos through the new Web Kiosk. DataWorks Plus installed Digital PhotoManager to replace Dublin's mugshot system that included a NIST-compliant capture station with auto eye find. Also included was a 3 concurrent user WebWorks Plus license to be used for investigations and to create photo lineups.