Facial Verification Versus Facial Recognition

Inno-admin/ June 9, 2021/ alcohol monitoring technology, facial recognition, legislation, Legislation & Public Policy, public policy, technology

Facial Verification Versus Facial Recognition Facial recognition was originally developed in the 1960s and gained profound popularity in the early 1990s when the United States Department of Defense began using it. Today, facial recognition is omnipresent, and we often don’t even think about it. But the use of this technology is not without controversy. Studies have determined that individuals with darker

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DUI Checkpoints: Advertise or Surprise?

Inno-admin/ April 10, 2019/ Drunk & Impaired Driving, dui checkpoints, DUI countermeasures, dui tactics, fair dui flyer, google, High Visibiliy Enforcement, Law Enforcement, Legislation & Public Policy, public policy, sobriety checkpoints, waze

DUI Checkpoints: Advertise or Surprise? The goal of DUI checkpoints is primarily deterrence: to raise the perceived risk of arrest, and secondarily to enforce drunk and impaired driving laws. Checkpoint information such as location and time is often highly publicized in the targeted areas using High Visibility Enforcement (HVE) tactics to promote compliance with the law. But, not all agencies and

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