Nassau County Uses $1 Million Grant For Dozens Of License Plate ReadersLicense plate readers are now being used by law enforcement across Long Island as an intelligence tool, collecting data for crime trends and using it to solve homicides and robberies.
Village Of Hempstead To Install 12 License Plate Readers In Effort To Reduce CrimeMayor Wayne Hall said he hopes to purchase 16 more readers in the future.
Sini: Plate Readers Will Be Used To Fight Specific Crimes, Not Round Up Undocumented ImmigrantsNew crime fighting technology coming to one Long Island town has some in the immigrant community concerned.
Report: Law Enforcement Watching Us Like Hawks With License Plate ScannersThink about everywhere you drove on Wednesday -- to work, the gym, daycare. Now consider this: a new report says thanks to a growing web of cameras, police keep track of your every move.
Glen Cove Mayor Defends Addition Of Dozens Of Surveillance CamerasA network of 50 surveillance cameras will be watching the downtown areas and municipal parking lots 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
New Jersey Cities Getting Grants For Crime Fighting Technology17 cities are getting federal grant money to install cameras and license plate readers, and people to check those systems.
Police Install License Readers That Scan In Real TimeIn Nutley, N.J., the police department is installing automatic license plate readers in cop cars in order to scan plates in real time. Three cameras run the numbers to check for expired plates, to identify stolen vehicles and criminals with warrants.