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People are being asked to donate their images to a police video database that needs to be constantly updated.
Surrey Police said the system is used as part of ID procedure and helps to prove suspects' guilt or innocence.
The spokeswoman said the database currently contained "thousands of images" but it had to be updated constantly in order to keep up with different styles, and to provide choice.
Originally posted by ArMaP
They probably need those for the automatic face recognition software they use,
Originally posted by Yarcofin
Why do you need to have a photo in their database to be proven innocent now? I thought the procedure is innocent until proven guilty.