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Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office obtains county’s first automatic fingerprint system
21st century crime fighting
AFIS - Training
IDEMIA Technical Training Specialist Jim Kester (right) points out a feature of the Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office’s (KCSO) new AFIS equipment and software to KCSO Inv. Mike Hinson (left) and Camden Police Department Det. Dallas Rabon (seated). AFIS stands for automatic fingerprint identification system. The KCSO is the first Kershaw County law enforcement agency to obtain the equipment, which KCSO Chief Deputy Steve Knafelc said is used at 30 to 35 other agencies across the state. (Martin L. Cahn/C-I)
People who think they can fool Kershaw County law enforcement officers about their identifies during traffic stops and other investigations better think again.