KINEGRAM Police ID badge

The officer's best friend

Badge or ID card?

Law enforcement officers know that it’s the ID card, not just a badge, which confirms the identity of the police officer. ID cards often bear a photograph of the individual and give other identifying data of the person such as rank, serial number, age etc. The problem is that badges are easy to come by and ID cards are fairly easy to manufacture, especially if the examiner doesn’t have anything to compare them to, and might not even know what an ID card from the agency in question looks like.
Our KINEGRAM solution allows law enforcement officers to have the best of both worlds by offering strong visual security badge components plus a high security ID card all in one. Law enforcement badges, police ID badges and officer badges are best protected by a KINEGRAM.

 


Front Side – Badge
  • Mimics 3D Effects with KINEGRAM Surface Relief
  • High visual recognition
  • Extremely difficult to counterfeit
  • High security KINEGRAM ZERO.ZERO technology
  • Free choice of background color
  • Possibility to laser engrave an individual ID number

Back Side – ID card
  • Personal data secured with KINEGRAM®TKO
  • Can be personalized with your existing hardware
  • Extremely difficult to counterfeit
  • Possibility to integrate RFID technology
  • Free choice of background color

Advantages

HIGHLY SECURE
  • Easy to recognize, difficult to counterfeit
  • Use of latest KINEGRAM Technologies for securing banknotes, passports and national IDs
COST EFFECTIVE
  • Both badge and police ID in one
  • Requires no hardware update
CONVENIENT
  • Light weight and durable
  • Perfect for operational use

Appropriate KINEGRAM products:

KINEGRAM TKO
KINEGRAM GUARD

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