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Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:21 PM
Page 16 of 128 under the Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Technology First Paragraph: In 1976, the Automatic License Plate Recognition technology was invented in the Police Science Development Branch. The "ring of steel" in 1993 was created because of the Provisional Irish Republican Army terrorist bombings in London. The "ring of steel" was surveillance that used CCTV cameras to begin with. The ring of steel had ANPR cameras at its entrances that were linked to police databases that would give police results within seconds. Forces continued to use ANPR systems for the next few years.
Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:22 PM
Page 16 of 128 under the Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Technology Second Paragraph: "Intercept teams" have began being tested using ALPR by the The Home Office Police Standards Unit and the Association of Chief Police Officers. Targeting criminals through their use of the roads was the ANPR strategy for Police Services. Police would engage in crimes on the roads for people who are wanted for crimes, terrorism, and motor vehicle violations. The ALPR was originally equipped by the police to enable the police to do these things. The police concluded that the ALPR is used daily to capture criminals and that it directly helps both force and national objectives. The ALPR has been extremely successful compared to other technology projects.
Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:22 PM
Page 17 of 128 under the Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) Technology Fourth Paragraph: The ALPR systems are being used more and more throughout the United States in law enforcement agencies. The smaller agencies tend to use the ALPR systems a little less than the larger agencies. This fact is most likely the reason for the sizes of the jurisdictions and the price of the technology. Nearly half of the largest law enforcement agencies were using ALPR systems on a regular basis according to the Law Enforcement Management and Administrative Statistics. The opposite is true for the smaller agencies. None of the smaller agencies reported using ALPR on a regular basis.
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Automated Number Plate Recognition technology to target crime - YouTube

Police will soon be able to target crime hot spots by digitally capturing number plates with the help of Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology...
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Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:30 PM
First 2 mins of Video: This system brings law enforcement together for the criminal element. The vehicle used to just be able to track traffic offenses, now they can monitor criminal offenses like burglaries and breaking and entering and other offenses that links those crimes to that vehicle. They are doing a twelve month test of this system and if it works out well, it will be spread throughout the entire state. You will never know where to look for them. They will try to stay as unknown as possible. The whole system is about being smarter and gathering more data and using that data for as much information as they are capable of using it for.
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Program: License Plate Recognition Technology - CrimeSolutions.gov

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Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 4:33 PM
Program Goals First Paragraph: License Plate Recognition Technology can be defined as a device that is capable of tracking wanted vehicles by scanning the vehicle. Auto theft was what the LPR was mostly used for in the 1980's. It was used on occasion though to track the vehicle of a person who is at-large. The LPR can be used for many things due to the fact that it can store times, location, dates, and plate names. Based on data that it received in the past, it can track individuals and their location at a specific time or place.
Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:34 PM
Program Components: Infared cameras are located in LPR systems and are usually on police cars, but they can be on a stationary position like a telephone pole. The reflective material that is located on license plates is captured on a picture as the person passes by the police car. The numbers and letters are precisely identified when the picture that was captured goes through the character recognition software. At almost the same time as that is occurring, the hot list is checking the plate on the vehicle and when a car of interest is located, a signal is sent to nearby law enforcement agencies. Before they go after this vehicle, an officer will confirm the numbers and letters on the plate to ensure it's accuracy.
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Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR) | Privacy SOS

Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPR) | Privacy SOS | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
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Shane Molnar's comment, February 17, 2014 8:59 AM
First Paragraph: The next big thing around the world in law enforcement is Automatic License Plate Recognition. This system is just cameras that are inserted into police cars or unknown places like on telephones poles for example. These cameras provide a lot of information to the police like putting all the information that it receives in databases and providing the police with a GPS location of a car that was tagged. The ALPR systems have cost police departments tens of thousands of dollars. These systems may become a new and improved style of tracking vehicles.
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Automatic License Plate Recognition | Automatic Number Plate Recognition______ANPR/LPR technology by ARH Inc.

Automatic License Plate Recognition | Automatic Number Plate Recognition______ANPR/LPR technology by ARH Inc. | Aspect 1 | Scoop.it
Number Plate Recognition products, LPR software and related hardware, superior automatic number plate recogniton products and technology.
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Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:25 PM
Automatic Number Plate Recognition can be defined as a form of character recogniton through cameras. It allows computer systems to read license plates on vehicles just from the pictures taken from the cameras. When the camera takes the picture, the pixels transform into ASCII on the license plate. The optical character recognition technology with its priority being on its software, allows you to turn documents into files on a computer that can be edited. To avoid a motion blur from fast moving vehicles which would lower the accuracy of the recognition, the camera needs a one of a kind technique because the image quality is always an important factor. High-power illumination and short shutter time are two things that are necessary to have good image quality. IR would be considered the best illumination only because it is not visible to the human eye and because there are retro-reflective plates that do an excellent job of reflecting this specific type of light. The IR always presents quality images and works great at any time of day. AHR’s ANPR cameras are one of few cameras that meet all of the listed requirements. This type of camera has the ability to snap pictures of cars that are going up to 250km/h. It also has an IR-flash that is built into the cameras and it has shutter control that is extremely flexible.
Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:26 PM
What Can We Offer To You First Paragraph: They develop software for the recognition of vehicle's license plates. This software is extremely high in quality which is why it is different from others. A number plate recognition engine and a software development kit is how they market their software for the number plate recognition. It is offered in a specific form, so that you are able to use this technology and put it in your computer system. The combination of your computer system equipped with there Automatic Number Plate Recognition Software Engine, you will be able to read any license plate in the whole world with a very high accuracy in less than a second.
Shane Molnar's comment, February 21, 2014 5:28 PM
Why Would You Choose Us: License Plate Recognition Technology with extremely high quality at a competitive price is what they offer to you. Over 60 countries in the world have benefit from choosing ARH Inc. because of their ten year long experience and their expertise in this field of work. There are so many perks to choosing ARH Inc. because they value things that are long term, they are a reliable corporation, and they have mutual partnerships. The partners are always satisfied due to the fact that they are devoted to technology, quality, and innovation.