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Tucson Police Department Awards Law Enforcement Solution Contract to Imageware

SAN DIEGO, CA, USA, July 21, 2022 / — Imageware®. (OTCQB: IWSY) (“Imageware” or “the Company”), a leader in biometric identification and authentication, was chosen by the Tucson Police Department (TPD) to upgrade their existing Imageware Law Enforcement solution to the new Imageware Law Enforcement 2.0 platform (LE2), beating out the competition once again.

TPD is in the top 50 largest agencies in the United States and one of the biggest agencies in the state of Arizona, with over 830 sworn officers, serving over 520,000 citizens and covering more than 200 square miles within Pima County. TPD has been an Imageware customer for more than two decades and evaluated competitive products before choosing Imageware’s solution. TPD determined that the Imageware solution was replacing three disparate systems, bringing great time and tax-payer dollar efficiency to the department.

TPD will use Imageware Capture for new booking records as well as to review, correct, and refine records created from the Pima County Jail and sent to the Imageware LE2 server in real time via an interconnect to their Jail Management System (JMS). This is a tremendous improvement over their current workflow, which requires records to be emailed between the three systems. With the new Imageware solution, all booking data will be immediately available to the Imageware Investigate module, allowing users to conduct investigations and create virtual lineups.

“We are excited that the Tucson Police Department has decided to upgrade to our new LE2 Platform with more modern features and capabilities that simply don’t exist in competitive products. Our modernized solution not only makes work easier for each officer using it, but it ultimately is a more effective and efficient use of taxpayer dollars” said AJ Naddell, SVP of Product Management & Sales for Imageware.

This five-year contract represents our ongoing commitment to the Tucson, Arizona community, as well as TPD’s continued belief in Imageware technology and outstanding 24/7 US- based customer support. Imageware is having early success across North America, selling this revitalized platform into more than 18,000 law enforcement agencies that need modern software to protect themselves and the public.

About Imageware Law Enforcement 2.0
Imagware’s Law Enforcement products reduce booking time with fully automated capture and increase officer safety with flexible platform support for station or field use. The platform was designed to support nearly any use case and workflow, dynamically adapting, as needed.

About Imageware®
Imageware identifies, verifies, and authenticates who people are, not just what keys and codes they have. Our server-based, multimodal biometric solutions provide faster, accurate identification to better secure communities, data, and assets. Imageware solutions are trusted globally by law enforcement, government agencies, and private enterprises. Imageware: Identity with Biometric Certainty. For more information, please visit

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