Police in New York state city Watertown have secured funding to upgrade the department's fingerprint technology.The department has received $10,000 in matching state funds for the equipment, including printers, scanners and cameras.”Fingerprint analysis is a critical tool in criminal investigations and we must ensure police departments have access to the resources and the most up-to-date technology to conduct it properly,” said Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, in a statement.Michael C. Green, executive deputy commissioner for the state Division of Criminal Justice Services, said in a statement that the technology will provide arrestee information within minutes, helping determine how cases proceed and if bail is set by courts.Last October, A total of 51 police and sheriff's departments in New York state were told they would receive $710,000 in state money for more accurate and efficient fingerprint devices.