L.A. County Launches Palm Print Database

Palm prints make up about one third of all prints lifted from crime scenes. Los Angeles County has obtained a computer system that gives it one of the nation’s largest palm-print databases, the Los Angeles Times reports. Investigators can compare a palm print with 250,000 others from arrestees in minutes. The $15-million Cogent Automated Palmprint
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