Terrorists and criminals could slip into the United States because immigration and law enforcement agencies have not coordinated their fingerprint databases, the Justice Department said on Wednesday. Disagreements between the agencies mean that visitors entering the country are subject to incomplete fingerprint checks, according to a Justice Department audit. The department’s inspector general said efforts have stalled on a uniform national fingerprint identification system because the Justice Department, the Department of Homeland Security and the State Department disagree on a uniform method for collecting fingerprints and allowing access to the data.Full Story
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