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Berrien County ceases all non-criminal fingerprinting

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The Berrien County Sheriff’s Office has suspended all fingerprinting for non-criminal related matters.

This is a precautionary measure aimed at preventing the potential spread of the coronavirus.

This temporary ban on non-criminal fingerprinting went into effect Friday immediately and will remain in effect through Monday, April 6.

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