LPR Helping Law Enforcement

Hammond, IN – 8 December 2017 – Cameras mounted at 33 points around Hammond to read license plates are doing much more than finding traffic violators — they’re snaring real suspects, police officials say.

“We have 211 officers, but now it’s almost like we have a couple of thousand officers, and they’re sitting on poles, and they’re saying, ‘Hey, check that one out,'” department spokesman Lt. Steve Kellogg said with a chuckle.

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Communication is Key! Knowledge Empowers You!

allied_rsig_bannerPress Release

The 2015 Recovery Specialist Insurance Group (RSIG) & Allied Finance Adjusters Conference Annual Meeting is coming up – less than 50 days away!  If you’re not signed up for this must attend event take advantage of the promo code “MOM15” to get registered today.  AFA_RISIG_KEY

Last year over 520 people attended, making it the largest repossession industry event, and our registration block is already more than 90% filled at this point. Space is limited and more and more attendees, exhibitors and lenders are registering daily!

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Disorder in the Courts

angree_jdgHave you had your “daily dose” of humor for the day?


Guest Editorial

It is said that laughter is the best medicine and it seems especially true when we find humor related to lawyers.  With that in mind we thought we would try to brighten your day by publishing some fun filled scenarios from the book, Disorder in the Courts of America.  These are things people actually said in court, word for word, taken down and now published by court reporters that went through the torment of staying calm while these exchanges were actually taking place.

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Park that Camera Car…LPR Legal in Arkansas?

alpr_camera2Guest Editorial

Manassas, VA – 15 August 2013 – If you have camera cars or LPR cameras on your trucks, take heed… the 2013 Regular Session of the 89th General Assembly of the State of Arkansas, passed this law that goes into effect 12:01AM Friday, August 16, 2013.  This is taken from AR House Bill 1996, which is now Act 1491 Entitled: “An Act to Regulate the use of Automatic License Plate Reader Systems; and for other purposes.”, Subtitle: “To Regulate the use of Automatic License Plate Reader Systems.”

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Book on Repo Man Murder Finally to be Published

TD_Morris_tnHouston, TX – February 20, 2013 – Nineteen years after the purposeful murder of Houston Repo Man Tommy Deen Morris, a fact based book which has been in the works by Morris’s widow, Donna Morris and retired California Prosecutor Martin C. Brehl for several years, has been accepted for publishing and national release by an unidentified national publisher.

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