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That's what they used for me at the Wilmington, MA PD. All digital: webcam for the photo, index print scanner for State Police and full digital printing for the records. Very convenient, overall.LenS said:New MIRCS system takes your picture for you with a web-cam just like the RMV, Sam's Club, Costco's, and BJs. So check with PD first, you MAY not need to even bring pictures with you any more.
Unless you either don't care whether or not you get permission or are sure you'll get the answer you want, never ask for permission.masochusetts said:I would suggest that you just submit them; don't ask for permission.
It's a 1.5" X 1.5" photo, I just did my own digi photo for my renewal.Lynne said:As an FYI for those that don't have color printers and Dig cameras.... There's a travel agency in my town that takes passport photos - they also do the 1x1 in pics for the gun licenses as well. They're great about it. You go in and tell them I need a firearms licence photo and they get it set up for the smaller pic (smaller than the passports) and they only charge $8.00. They're actually nice about it. Sooo...if you don't have the equipment, check your travel agents in town, or even AAA if you're a member.
Don't that make you feel all warm and fuzzy? As your trying to explain, "No, really officer, it IS me." as the handcuffs are being clapped on until they can call it up on the computer. [roll]SiameseRat said:I guess I lucked out- I didn't have to bring a pic in. They took it at the precinct and then printed it out on my license. I've got one of those new-fangled drivers license style ones... Ofcourse the picture is ridiculous. Just a blur. But they say it'll come up better on the computer if somebody has to check me out. Go figure.