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Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System

Pinal County Sheriff's Office detectives will soon be employing the Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System, also known as MORIS. The device is attached to a smart phone and collects fingerprints, iris scans and a mug shot that’s instantly added to a database.

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Jordan Burroughs at ASU

Olympic Gold Medalist Jordan Burroughs finishes up a days work out after a U.S. World Team tra...

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