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Press Photo by Ashley Martin Marge Dengel of the Dickinson Police Department, left, fingerprints Kristi Rajewsky, right, for her job at Investment Centers of America recently. Rajewsky said she felt a bit awkward being fingerprinted, since she had never done it before.

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Most people know their fingerprints will be taken should they ever be arrested for committing a crime, but some may be surprised to learn many employers require their employees to be fingerprinted.


Marge Dengel from the Dickinson Police Department is trained in fingerprinting for the Dickinson district. She said in 2008, she fingerprinted an average of two people a week.

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