Friday Aug 14 2009 comments Digital child ID kits make it easier By: Photos by Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer Herald -A +A Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer HeraldRocklin Police Crime Prevention and Volunteer Coordinator Mike Nottoli demonstrates how the digital fingerprint works. Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer HeraldThe Rocklin Police Department?s new digital system allows for fingerprints to be taken without the mess and photos to be digitally taken quickly and loaded into the computer file for easy reference. Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer HeraldMichael Nottoli, Rocklin Police crime prevention and volunteer coordinator, works the computer while Child ID Coordinator Becky Kanowsky?s digital fingerprint loads onto the computer system. Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer HeraldRocklin Police Child ID Coordinator Becky Kanowsky, left, works with Janice Westmoreland to learn their new digital system for gathering child identification kits. Tim Lloyd, Special to The Placer HeraldEllen Griggs, left, works with Michael Nottoli, Rocklin Police Department crime prevention and volunteer coordinator, as he demonstrates how the new digital system works for taking fingerprints.