52 Blog Posts From the ALPR Tag


Fourth Amendment Wins in the Baltimore Plane Surveillance Case: NMA E-Newsletter #654

Fourth Amendment Wins in the Baltimore Plane Surveillance Case: NMA E-Newsletter #654

“Allowing the police to wield this power unchecked is anathema to the values enshrined in our Fourth Amendment,” wrote Fourth Circuit US Court of Appeals Chief Judge Roger Gregory in late June. The case, Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle v. Baltimore Police Department, involved the use of aerial surveillance that continuously tracked and monitored the […]

A License Plate to Remember

A License Plate to Remember

Editor’s Note: This originally was posted in June 2018 as NMA Weekly E-Newsletter #490. The information presented is still pertinent in 2021. If you would like to receive the NMA weekly one-topic newsletter every Sunday in your inbox, subscribe today! A requirement of owning a vehicle, the lowly license plate has its place among the […]

Officials use the COVID-19 Crisis to Create Statewide Vehicle Surveillance Programs Run by Rekor Systems

Officials use the COVID-19 Crisis to Create Statewide Vehicle Surveillance Programs Run by Rekor Systems

By Joe Cadillic, Cowriter for NMA’s Street Surveillance Blog and Editor of the MassPrivatel Blog Cash-strapped states are using COVID as an excuse to create AI-driven vehicle recognition or license plate reader surveillance programs. As Rekor Systems President/CEO Robert Berman proudly boasts on the video, “…because our technology works so well for vehicle recognition, we do […]

Big Brother now turns CCTV Cams into One Giant Network

Big Brother now turns CCTV Cams into One Giant Network

By Shelia Dunn, NMA Communications Director and Joe Cadillic, MassPrivetal Blog Joe recently wrote a blog on India’s vast CCTV network called Anveshak (Hindi word for investigator). He says that researchers at the Indian Institute of Science have figured out how to use this vast big brother net to target a specific vehicle or person. […]

ALPRs win the Day in the Virginia Supreme Court

ALPRs win the Day in the Virginia Supreme Court

Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared as NMA Newsletter #623 in December 2020. To receive the NMA weekly E-Newsletter, subscribe HERE today! Automatic License Plate Readers or ALPRs can detail a motorist’s comings and goings without any thought of whether the person driving is suspected of nefarious activity. Some motorists around the country are challenging […]

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