THE ROUTE OF MANY ROADS LEADING FROM NOWHERE TO NOTHING.
Case study on a police complaint ordeal from the perspective of a disabled British black male with a mental health disability. This case study finds that there is reason to suspect Thames Valley Police Professional Standards Department do not adhere to the rules and regulations set out by IOPC and law. There also appears to be an indication that the subject of this complaint, DENNIS, a black middle-aged male with a mental health disability, may have been treated unfavourably.
BIOMETRICS IN AID RESPONSES
Many aid charities distribute aid following disasters. They currently use ink stains to mark those who have received aid but seek a biometric alternative with Face and Finger Vein Biometric Systems as two workable options. Finger Vein Pattern Identification can identify an individual reliably, by contrast, Biometric Face Identification uses methods that are vulnerable to falsification and unreliable, producing more errors. Error handling is an important aspect of biometric systems and it is generally accepted that no biometric system is perfect, and a certain amount of errors do and should remain. There is an overriding expectation of convenience, reliability and acceptability in the two proposed systems and research indicates that …