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Because the NCIC is a large data base that keeps current information used in law enforcement, would it be advantageous to have the photographs placed in that data base in a 3-D format (which would use computer space and cost more money), or will the regular photographs provide the material necessary to aid law enforcement in apprehending suspects and preventing criminal activity?

Digitized photographs produce more detail, which would not only aid the department in ruling in someone or something, but it could also be used to exclude a person or object.

Would this be advantageous to the defense as well as the prosecution? Why or why not?

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