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Flock Safety Helps Solve and Stop Crime Through Partnerships with Community and Police

New Security Cameras Aimed at Catching Criminals in Collierville

LocalMemphis — Memphis, Tennessee

San Diego Neighborhood Gives Police First Lead in Burglary Case Using Flock Safety

NBC 7 — San Diego

Flock Safety Neighborhood Crime Camera Helps Identify Burglary Suspect

Cobb County — Georgia

Marietta wants to buy license plate readers after successful trial run

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) — Atlanta, GA

Violent crimes plummeting in a Cobb County community

Patch — Marietta, GA

License Plate Readers Contribute To Marietta's Falling Crime Rate

Patch — Marietta, GA

Marietta Police credit license plate reader for arrest of alleged domestic offender

CBS 46 — Marietta, GA

Neighborhood keeps eyes open

The Acorn - Westlake Village, CA

MPD Announces New SMILE Program

Marietta Police Department — Marietta, GA

More License-Plate Reading Cameras Coming To Marietta

Patch.com — Marietta, GA

Fixed license plate reader in Marietta leads to first arrest

AJC — Atlanta, GA

Snap! The local HOA just captured your license plate number

San Francisco Chronicle — San Francisco, CA

Cobb-based CID’s tactic: Catch criminals with tag-scanning cameras

MDJ — Marietta, GA

Neighborhood purchases personal license plate reading camera

WSMV — Nashville, TN

Residents use license plate camera to ward off crime

Tribune Ledger News — Cherokee County, GA

License plate recognition cameras to be placed in Jersey Village

Houston Chronicle — Houston, TX

Richmond Neighborhood Plans License Plate Readers

NBC Bay Area — San Francisco, California

Marietta assault suspect caught by license plate reader, police say

Marietta Daily Journal — Marietta, GA

Neighborhood uses high tech to fight back against crime

WKRN — Nashville, TN