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License Plate Readers as a Safety Measure for Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs

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By Meg Heusel

"Some Cobb parks may be getting license plate reader devices"

"The vendor is Flock Automatic License Plate Reader (ALPR), which would install two solar-powered cameras at the main entrances to each park. The Flock system would be integrated into the Cobb Police dispatch system and has a real-time reporting tool for the the National Crime Information Center/Georgia Crime Information Center, according to the agenda item.

The data to be retrieved would include the arrival and departure time, license plate and descriptions of vehicles at the parks, with the objective to be able to easily detect and report suspicious vehicles."

Written by Wendy Parker

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Originally published: 2019-08-12 20:35:57