Product Application for Law Enforcement
SCANNING THE BRAIN TO DETERMINE GUILT OR INNOCENCE
Before the invention of Brain Fingerprinting, an individual could get away with a crime if he could accomplish two things:
- make sure that there was no physical evidence, and
- make sure that he was the only one who knew about the crime (or silence anyone else who knew, through bribery, coercion, intimidation, or murder).
Brain Fingerprinting has completely changed this equation.
The perpetrators of all kinds of crime know who they are, and they know what they have done. Now that Brain Fingerprinting is available, whenever the investigators know the salient facts about the crime, and the perpetrator, having committed the crime, knows these same facts as well, Brain Fingerprinting can be used to detect this knowledge stored in the brain of the perpetrator. Even when the perpetrator avoids physical evidence and makes certain that no one else knows of his crime, since he himself knows, the investigators can also know of his participation. No longer can any perpetrator plan a crime with any degree of certainty that he can avoid detection and avoid being brought to justice.
Brain Fingerprinting: A new frontier in law enforcement
Now there’s a new way to help determine truth and justice. Brain Fingerprinting is a scientific computer-based technology for determining whether relevant information is stored in the brain through the measurement brain waves.
It has been proven 99% accurate in over 200 tests, including actual criminal cases, tests on FBI agents and tests on military medical experts. Investigators can identify or exonerate suspects based upon measuring brain-wave responses to crime-related photos or words displayed on a computer screen.
The cost is easily justified, even in budget-strapped departments.
Consider this: In total, U.S. federal, state and local governments spend over $150 billion annually on crime. This does not include the costs to victims, innocent suspects, and society. Brain Fingerprinting can help bring down these costs by quickly and conveniently determining if a suspect harbors specific knowledge of a crime. And that’s invaluable.
"Brain fingerprinting doesn't have anything to do with the emotions, whether a person is sweating or not; it simply detects scientifically if that information is stored in the brain" Dr Larry Farwell, inventor
Our Case Scenarios highlight Brain Fingerprinting’s instrumental value in security today. Contact Brainwave Science today to learn about this innovative and indispensable law enforcement technology.