The Associated Press
SANTA FE (AP) - Sex offenders in Santa Fe County must register their names, addresses and fingerprints with the sheriff's office.
Soon, they'll also need to submit to a new form of identification: a scan of their irises.
Sheriff Greg Solano says Santa Fe County will be the only jurisdiction in New Mexico to have the system, part of a pilot program to create a national database.
The equipment, valued at $10,000, is being donated by the company that designed it.