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Contactless police smart cards trialled in US

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 16 June 22

Citizens can scan an officer’s smart card to receive ID badge information, contact details, and even provide feedback

The city of Alpharetta, Georgia in the US has become the first police department in the country to begin using a new Police Smart Card platform, designed to provide citizens with simpler and more verifiable way to access officer information. Alpharetta police officers will carry a smartcard that can be scanned by a smartphone…

The city of Alpharetta, Georgia in the US has become the first police department in the country to begin using a new Police Smart Card platform, designed to provide citizens with simpler and more verifiable way to access officer information. Alpharetta police officers will carry a smartcard that can be scanned by a smartphone…

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