License plate recognition (LPR) has been around for several years, and it’s already made its mark. LPR technology uses cameras to take snapshots of passing license plates and alerts officers to crime-associated vehicles. These cameras have helped close many cases, and they often help law enforcement catch criminals as they pass through their municipalities. If your agency hasn’t invested in LPR technology yet, then check out these 3 ways it protects your city!
Law enforcement agencies are an essential part of any community. Besides fighting crime, they provide security, educate citizens, and offer other valuable public services. But these services aren’t free; in fact, they can be quite costly. However, thanks to advancements in security technologies, police agencies are now able to refocus their resources to make better use of their budgets. We present 3 ways security systems save police money.
When people think of security cameras, they often imagine one of the worn out devices like the one above. While these mounted cameras have dominated the market for decades, they have limitations—such as portability and costs. These limitations prevent law enforcement agencies and others from getting valuable footage that would otherwise make their communities safer. The NOMAD, the next stage in mounted surveillance technology, is a fully integrated system that tears down those barriers. Read below to understand why traditional mounted surveillance cameras will make way for the NOMAD. NOMAD Mobile Camera
A while back, we wrote a post detailing why you should wait to purchase the newest surveillance cameras. We explained that camera manufacturers were driving the security industry, leaving server and video management software (VMS) manufacturers behind. While that still stands, we failed to discuss the issues the latter two markets face in supporting the industry. So, we first want to spotlight VMS manufacturers and explain how you can choose the right VMS for your system.
A few months ago, we published an exclusive interview with J & M Security Solutions’ President, Jason Nagy, where he discussed his take on the security industry and the challenges it faces. Because it was so successful, we will continue to interview other security industry experts and leaders. This week we offer an in-depth interview with Thomas Carnevale.