Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2004, $369,998)
Freehold Borough Board of Education will develop and implement an 18-month iris recognition technology program for entry access control and positive identification of adults picking up children as part of a continuation project funded by NIJ. This project will use duel-eyed iris recognition cameras in an ethnically heterogeneous environment over a longer period of time to directly address the six general recommendations identified as part of the final report of the T-PASS study conducted in 2002 at Plumsted Township School District in New Egypt, NJ.
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