Historic Police Department Adopts New License Plate Technology

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The New Bern Police Department, one of the oldest police departments in North Carolina, is adding automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) technology from NDI Recognition Systems (NDI-RS) to its crime-fighting arsenal. The department has purchased a mobile ALPR solution for installation in one of its patrol vehicles.

The department’s documented history extends back to 1797, and the New Bern Police Department prides itself on adopting new technologies and setting a high standard for police work.

License plate recognition (LPR) systems allow law enforcement agencies to quickly and accurately scan vehicle license plates, matching them against crime databases such as the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), as well as state and local wants and warrants.

The system is a valuable asset to law enforcement officers, alerting them to wanted vehicles, including those sought for AMBER, Silver, and other types of alerts.

“NDI Recognition Systems is excited that the New Bern Police Department has chosen NDI-RS to supply its license plate recognition equipment and software,” said Christopher McKissick, sales director. “We look forward to helping the New Bern police officers protect their citizens and visitors to this historic city.”

NDI Recognition Systems (NDI-RS) is a global provider of automated license plate recognition (ALPR) solutions for law enforcement, homeland security, and critical infrastructure security, as well as other market sectors. […]

Source: prweb.com