In January , the FBI announced that its facial recognition project, which can draw upon millions of mug shots and other photos, is out of the pilot stage and is at "full operational capability. Last year, the Orlando, Florida, Police Department announced it would begin a pilot program relying on Amazon's technology to "use existing City resources to provide real-time detection and notification of persons-of-interest, further increasing public safety. While video surveillance and license plate scanners are relatively old hat, facial recognition capabilities are just now beginning to proliferate across law enforcement agencies nationwide. Jim Dunn, an investigator in the unit, introduced his supervisor Jeff Oehlerich. Thank you for your attention. He did admit that he himself had used it "throughout the course of several investigations" but declined to go into any further detail. Clare Garvie, an associate at the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown University Law Center, said part of the problem with real-time face recognition is its potential impact on free-speech rights.