New technology lets Mich. police use mobile computers to identify suspects on the spot


By Mike Martindale
The Detroit News

FARMINGTON HILLS, Mi. - A recently signed agreement between some police departments and the Michigan State Police will mean thousands of law enforcement officers will soon have the ability to confirm the true identity of suspects quicker and with more accuracy.

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