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Q. Q: How does ALPR in the hands of civilians help law enforcement?

A:  Civilians are able to create their own databases of plates that are 'safe' and those which require an 'alert' - terminated employees, criminal trespass recipients or even employees' domestic abusers.  Now imagine being able to enhance your community policing program to work with your local companies to feed them more relevant information such as Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts, criminal BOLOs and so on.  Coordinating efforts will greatly enhance public safety for everyone.

Stacy Dean Stephens

Stacy Dean Stephens

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Stacy is a seasoned, senior executive with 20 plus years’ experience in law enforcement, public safety and security technology integration. He holds several patents for autonomous robots used in security applications. He is an expert in brand development, marketing, operations, and customer service. Stacy was named Government Technology Magazine’s Top 25 Doers, Dreamers & Drivers for his commitment to advancing law enforcement technology.

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