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Oct. 22, 2012LIVINGSTON COUNTY, MO |  By: Nuelle

Livingston County Scanning

The Livingston County Sheriff's office receives a grant for new identification equipment.

The office will now use what's known as Iris Scan Equipment. Iris Scan takes a photo of the person's eye using 240 points in the eye to create a profile. The information is then put into a data base instantly. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says the Iris Scanning Technology is more accurate in identifying people.

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Cox adds the equipment helps keep records immediately available to anyone else around the state of Missouri or United States .