GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Pitt County Schools are using a new check-in system called Raptor that automatically scans for sex offenders.
When a visitor tries to gain access to a school, they are now prompted to utilize the computer check-in system, which requires you to scan your photo ID. Within seconds, that scan searches sex offender databases to ensure the person isn’t on there.
“This system allows us to have those identities identified and therefore we know when those people are on our campuses,” said Jeff Hudson, Pitt County School’s security specialist. (Source)