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14 May 2015 Consideration of the use of visible light 3D scanning for prisoner contraband possession assessment and other similar purposes
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Contraband possession assessment of those being involuntarily confined, whether in the context of a civilian criminal detention facility or detention of captured warfighters is inherently problematic. Some individuals may desire to, for a number of purposes, retain objects beyond screening. These objects may range from benign to weapons or other objects that could injure other detainees or which, in the context of warfighters, may be detrimental to security or defense objectives in other ways. This paper describes the prospective use of a visible light scanner for checkpoint assessment purposes. It contrasts the invasiveness of this technology with conventional techniques.
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Jeremy Straub "Consideration of the use of visible light 3D scanning for prisoner contraband possession assessment and other similar purposes", Proc. SPIE 9456, Sensors, and Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence (C3I) Technologies for Homeland Security, Defense, and Law Enforcement XIV, 945605 (14 May 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2177877
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