Visitors to Carroll County government building will soon have photo ID scanned, to be retained for 30 days – Baltimore Sun

Visitors to Carroll County government building will soon have photo ID scanned, to be retained for 30 days  Baltimore Sun

Currently, visitors to the county office building sign in at the front desk by presenting identification and then receive a numbered visitor badge to wear while in the building. When people leave, they return the badge to the front desk. Since Jan. 22, visitors have been required to present photo identification such as a driver’s license, a state identification card, a passport, or a government, military or student ID, according to a county news release. Young children are exempt from the process, the release states.