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We live in an ever-changing world. With security high on the agenda, finding innovative ways of applying technology to solve the challenge of identity is of ever increasing importance.

This applies heavily to the Justice and Custodial sector. With increasing prison populations, management of offenders through the lifecycle is a task that requires solutions at the cutting edge.

Argus TrueID has been a leader in biometric solutions for the Justice sector for almost 20 years. Our solution focuses on what we call the ‘Offender Management Architecture’ (OMA), which enables biometric technology to be applied to identify individuals from arrest and remand, through the court system and prison, and even through the parole process. Our technology can seamlessly integrate with all existing prison security, offender information and operations ICT systems and architecture.

We have numerous proven examples of how our technology not only provides certainty of identification but can also dramatically improve manual workflows and processes such as managing access control, key safes, tagged assets, visitors, prisoner movement, mustering, drug dispensing, secure credentials, parole monitoring, and time and attendance. Never has such a degree of oversight and governance been achievable in near real-time, with such a high level of confidence and forensic reporting capability.

Argus will be exhibiting at this years UK Home Office’s Security and Policing event, to be held at Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Hampshire, from March 6th– 8th 2018. Being the UK’s premier security and policing event, we’ll be on hand to discuss how you can use biometrics to create innovative solutions to a range of justice and custodial challenges, showcasing core elements of our technology.

Come and see our team on Stand E31, adjacent to the UK Government Zone. For further information or to book a specific appointment time, please contact our team.


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