Case Study

LPR in Law Enforcement

LPR in Law Enforcement
LPR in Law Enforcement
Homeland Security

Results from a municipal police demonstration period of twenty days, amounting to approximately 200 hours of continuous plate reading. During that time, the system read 71,848 license plates and instantaneously compared each one to an in-car hotlist to see if any were considered a vehicle of interest.

  • 70 people taken into custody
  • 17 wanted persons arrested
  • 2 felony arrests for stolen vehicle; vehicles recovered
  • 1 misdemeanor arrest for stolen plate; plate recovered
  • $36,000 in property recovered
  • $19,000 in warrants and citations issued
  • 25 citations issued for suspended registration, unregistered vehicle, suspended or revoked license, expired tags, and other offenses

 

Once permanently installed a municipality can typically realize the following returns:

  • First Year Return - $114,173
  • Ongoing Revenue Years 2-5 - $228,344
  • Total Revenue - $340,000
  • Total Cost - $ 105,000
  • Net Revenue - $235,000