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It also includes palm prints, irises, and facial recognition.

The NGI System offers services that provide a platform for multimodal functionality that will continue to evolve with new technologies and user requirements.

Beginning in July 1999, the CJIS Division operated and maintained the IAFIS, the world’s largest person-centric database.

Now, latent users can search latent images against the criminal, civil, and Unsolved Latent File (ULF) repositories.

Moreover, incoming criminal and civil submissions (tenprint, palm print, RISC, and supplemental fingerprints) are cascaded against the ULF, generating new investigative leads in unsolved and/or cold cases.

school teachers, daycare workers) or who are under criminal justice supervision or investigation, thus eliminating the need for repeated background checks on a person from the same applicant agency.

Prior to the deployment of Rap Back, the national criminal history background check system provided a one-time snapshot view of an individual’s criminal history status.

The FBI deployed the first increment of the NGI System in February 2011, when the AFIT replaced the legacy Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) segment of the IAFIS.