Month: November 2014

ANPR – providing 5 times more pocket money

A man who stole firewood collected for sale by two children has met them to apologise for his actions. The 61-year-old enlisted the help of his grandson in stealing two bags of kindling…

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ANPR cameras supporting the safety of vulnerable people

Five men and two women have been sentenced to a total of more than 16 years in prison after conspiring to target elderly people at supermarkets across Kent.The criminals, all from the Dagenham…

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When you have been summoned, you should answer – Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur Police will use Automated Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) equipment to identify foreign cars with outstanding summons, when entering the country. The Auditor General’s report said the move was among measures to ensure…

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No place to hide for cross-border criminals

North Yorkshire Police’s ability to tackle cross-border crime received a boost as they make an additional £1m investment in car number plate recognition technology to target travelling criminals. At present, a quarter of all…

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Changes to tolling to improve efficiency and security

The Highways Agency has confirmed the Dart Charge payment system will launch on 30 November for the Dartford – Thurrock River Crossing. The last cash payments at the crossing will be taken at 10pm…

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Crack down on criminals – UK

OVER 200 vehicles have been stopped and two seized in an international crime deterrence operation tackling human trafficking, money laundering and fraud in Gloucestershire. Gloucestershire Constabulary and its Tri-Force partners from Wiltshire and…

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Competition Winner – International

To celebrate the launch of their new website MAV recently held a competition for all site visitors which has now been won. The puzzle pieces, which were used to hide much of the camera which required…

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