BMV Pleased with New Driver's License Process
Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles officials say they are pleased so far with the tightened security for getting a driver's license.
BMV Commissioner Andy Miller is taking part in a symposium on what the BMV has done to tighten things up.
He says the state's use of facial recognition software and requiring more proof of identification have led to fewer identity theft crimes in the state.
People now have to wait a couple weeks to receive their driver's licenses in the mail. Miller says people have tried to thwart the new security measures, but have not been successful.
Miller says they hope to put even stronger measures in place down the road.