Secure Outcomes Announces Delivery of First 100 Digital Livescan Fingerprinting Systems
LS1100/LS-Lite Users include Law Enforcement, Public Schools, a Major Federal Airport, the U.S. Army, Fortune 500 Companies, Law Firms and many others.
For Immediate Release: Thursday, March 12, 2015
Evergreen, CO, March 12, 2015 —
Secure Outcomes Inc. announced today it has sold and delivered its 100th digital livescan fingerprinting system to Rogers School District in Arkansas. The district purchased three LS-Lite systems to fulfill their mandated fingerprint-based background check requirements.
Secure Outcomes now has customer sites in 19 states that include numerous police and sheriff’s offices, the U.S. Army at Ft. Belvoir outside Washington, D.C., the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport that handles over 1.2-million passengers per year, five of the largest public school districts in Colorado including Denver Public Schools, a number of major universities, medical examiners, several Fortune 500 companies, fingerprint for fee service companies, several Native American tribal groups, a major immigration law firm and a large Catholic Diocese.
Almost all of the customer sites scan and electronically transmit digital livescan fingerprint sets to state/federal authorities and quickly receive back full fingerprint-based strong identification and criminal history/rap sheets.
Secure Outcomes CEO Jack Harper said, “We are gratified by the terrific market response to our new technology livescan products. In many cases, we have competed directly against larger and older legacy companies on bids and have won, we are told, because of our superior products, far better pricing and because of our reputation for unparalleled customer service. I am especially heartened by this great reputation that we have worked very hard to achieve. Other than having a terrific product at a great price, customer service and support are our top priorities. It’s clear the market has recognized that.”
Harper continued, “I especially appreciate those customers who have purchased an initial system and then come back later to buy additional units. Sites with multiple LS1100/LS-Lite systems include Adams County Schools/Colorado with two systems, Fort Smith Schools/Arkansas with three systems, Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office/Colorado with two systems, Paragould Police/Arkansas with two systems, Springdale Police/Arkansas with two systems and now Rogers Schools/Arkansas with three.”
Specific LS1100/LS-Lite customers include:
Alma Police Department/Arkansas, Bartonville Police Department/Illinois, Bella Vista Police Department/Arkansas, Bentonville Police Department/Arkansas, Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Clintonville Police Department/Wisconsin, Edmunds County Sheriff’s Office/South Dakota, Eureka Springs Police Department/Arkansas, Delta County Sheriff’s Office/Colorado, El Dorado Police Department/Arkansas, Fort Smith Police Department/Arkansas, Fruita Police Department/Colorado, Gunnison County Sheriff’s Office and County Jail/Colorado (two systems), Jasper County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, McGehee Police Department/Arkansas, Menard County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Momence Police Department/Illinois, Monroe County Sheriff’s Office/Arkansas, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office/Arkansas, Moore Police Department/Oklahoma, Mountain Home Police Department/Arkansas, Palisade Police Department/Colorado, Paragould Police Department/Arkansas, Park County Jail/Colorado, Pelham Police Department/New Hampshire, Plymouth Police Department/Wisconsin, Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Sedgewick County Sheriff’s Office/Kansas, Springdale Police Department /Arkansas (two systems), Spring Grove Police Department/Illinois, Trumann Police Department/Arkansas, University of Central Arkansas Campus Police/Arkansas, Vilonia Police Department/Arkansas,Wabash County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Walnut Ridge Police Department/Arkansas, Ward Police Department/Arkansas, Warren County Sheriff’s Office/Illinois, Woodruff County Sheriff’s Office/Arkansas.
Ft. Belvoir Military Police/Virginia.
Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport/Arkansas.
Minot State University/North Dakota, Northcentral Technical College/Wisconsin, Southeast Arkansas College/Arkansas, University of Colorado (Colorado Springs) Campus Police/Colorado.
Adams County School District/Colorado, Boulder Public Schools/Colorado, Brighton School District/Colorado, Colorado Springs District Two/Colorado, Denver Public Schools/Colorado, Fort Smith School District/Arkansas, Lake Hamilton School District/Arkansas, Poudre School District/Colorado, Rogers School District/Arkansas.
Biometrics Technologies Solutions/Illinois, Gemalto North America/Pennsylvania, Johnson Controls/Wisconsin, NT Concepts/Illinois, Point Blank Range/Illinois.
Robert D. Ahlgren and Associates/Chicago.
Native American Tribal:
Ysleta Del Sur Pueblo/Texas, Zuni Tribe Police Department/New Mexico.
Christ the King Catholic Diocese Las Vegas/Nevada.
About Secure Outcomes
Secure Outcomes designs and builds the industry’s easiest to use, most cost effective and best supported digital livescan fingerprinting systems. Customers include over 100 sites at law enforcement agencies, the U.S. Army, a major federal airport, large public school districts, Fortune 500 companies, commercial fingerprint service companies, and many others across the country.
The LS family of digital livescan fingerprinting systems collects, archives and transmits forensic-quality fingerprint sets in full compliance with state, federal and international standards, regulations and protocols and is designed to inexpensively fulfill the demanding requirements of law enforcement, public schools, military, commercial, and local, state and federal government users.
All Secure Outcomes systems meet published NIST (“National Institute of Standards and Technologies”) federal requirements for secure transmission and scanning. The systems also include optional military-grade data encryption to further protect sensitive fingerprint and other information.
All systems are designed to operate anywhere in the world and are 100% programmed in Common Lisp, the artificial intelligence applications development language.