There are two ways to put yourself in a police queue.
One of them will probably cost you money and maybe even your life and is not a wise career path.
The other could give you a great story to tell and some extra £ 10 bills in your pocket for very little work.
Yes, did you know that you could be paid to pretend to be a criminal for a day? Read on to find out how.
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Implications of the Digital Age
reported that the new technology would replace the good old parade and that it would make the police line superfluous.
The video recording parade system (Viper) is a digital database of faces that allows witnesses to report the criminal more easily and cheaply
Although this program is used by many police stations, it is worth contacting you to find out if they are still using the alignment system. Even if they do not, they can pay you to put your face on the digital database. According to The Telegraph volunteers are paid between £ 5 and £ 10 for taking part in a recording.
As all the data you share will be protected by the Data Protection Act, you do not have to worry about whether they will end up elsewhere, but if you have any concerns, be sure to send them to the station.
Although submitting a profile to the digital database is a one-time operation, it's still worth considering as it would give you the satisfaction of helping to maintain order in your community.
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