Find out why the national discussion has shifted away from hard-line restrictions on LPR and toward a balanced approach which focuses on access controls and best practices in database security to ensure the protection of stored LPR data.
LPR helps to nab alleged road rage shooter accused of shooting at a car carrying two women and an infant in Philadelphia. Had these LPR records been deleted within 48 hours or less the shooter might still be on the road putting others in harms way.
License Plate Reader technology proved its usefulness by helping to track down a shooter who terrorized the highways of Kansas City. Had the LPR data not been saved, the shooter might still be on the loose. Laws that attempt to limit LPR data storage put citizens at harm.
LPR helps Bexar County to help enforce local warrants and make a number of arrests in preparation for San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo.
A DRN and Vigilant lawsuit challenges a Utah law that restricts taking a photograph -- while simultaneously utilizing technology to analyze the content of the photograph – arbitrarily prohibits an activity that is protected in all other settings and violates the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Check out this video for a lesson LPR. Get the facts on how LPR works and how it is being used every day to solve crimes. Understand how LPR works and how LPR data collection includes no personal information and does not violate privacy.