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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The License Plate May Soon Become Digital

Reviver is a start up with heavyweights like the chairman of Microsoft on its Board of Directors.  It’s determined to make the license plate digital and connected. Reviver says the license plate hasn’t changed in 125 years, so it’s pushing it into the 21st century by turning it into a digital display and connecting it to the Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

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