Month: June 2014

The eye in the sky, the eye of the storm

Does the Police using ANPR cameras impinge on your privacy? ANPR cameras are an additional tool to support police in identifying suspects and increase the efficiency of investigations. There are many that feel…

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Silent Vigilance

Silent Vigilance ANPR is at the centre of much debate throughout the world. For some it is a watchful eye that envelops them with a sense of security, for others it is a…

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International News (South Africa) – You can run, but you can’t hide!

Trafic officers picked up more than “stompies” in weekend crime blitz Cape Town Traffic’s haul included a stash of stolen cigarettes, nearly 800 fines and 97 drunk driving arrests, including a police officer….

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International News (Australia) – Find and Fine

CHIEF Commissioner Ken Lay wants every speed camera to get new technology so they automatically fine the driver of every unregistered car that passes them. The futuristic plan could boost Government coffers by…

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UK News – Why do we need Low Emission Zones?

Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster have the most polluted man-made air in London according to a report by Public Health England. According to the research, people’s lives are being shortened with 29,000 deaths…

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