6 months after installing 13 cameras, police say they saw a decrease in crime.
Police caught a wanted murder suspect with Flock license plate readers.
Within six minutes, police were able to make an arrest for theft, burglary, loitering and prowling.
93% fewer robberies and 46% fewer car break-ins at Sugarloaf CID.
In just six months, Memorial Villages Police Department recovered 28 stolen vehicles.
Footage helped prosecutors charge suspects with 20 felonies and misdemeanors.
ID-ing the men might have taken significant work, but Flock captured key evidence.
Officers arrested two men for a stolen vehicle, meth, heroin, and oxycodone.
Dozens of Flock cameras help the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office solve crimes.
KHOU 11 reports on a neighborhood using license plate readers to fight crime.
This Nashville neighborhood catches some possible thieves.
A suspect stole $2,000 worth of phones. A Flock camera caught the evidence and police made the arrest.
Enables citizens to help agencies around the country proactively solve more crime
Not your typical community fixture, residents use license plate readers to stop crime.
Georgia neighborhood hands Flock Safety evidence of car burglary suspect to police.
South Carolina park catches burglar using Flock Safety footage.
San Francisco neighborhood finds footage drive-by shooter with Flock Safety.
Hotel chain uses Flock Safety to book guest safety as part of corporate strategy.
Los Angeles Times covers Sheman Paks use of Flock Safety to fight neighborhood crime.
The Atlanta Journal of Constitution runs "meet the new neighborhood watch."
Lt. Mixon shares how this community came together to help police apprehend a suspect.