RESC – May 17th Program

April 27th, 2011

Modern Technology in Operational Law Enforcement by:Cincinnati Police Department

1hr P.E. C.E. Credit (Free to members, $5.00 non-members)
Reservation: Online Reservation HERE   (Required for lunch & P. E.-C.E. Certificate)

Reservation deadline: Thursday, May 12th – 6:00 p.m.
Newsletter download:  HERE (Program Details)
When: May 17, 2011 – Lunch @ 11:30 a.m.  Program @ 1:00 p.m.
Where: Evergreen Retirement Community, 230 W Galbraith Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45215   Ph: 513-948-2308
Directions: HERE

You can always attend the program at no charge. (Reservation required for P. E. – C.E. Certificate)

 Time Travel Crime Fighting

License Plate Recognition (LPR) technology is one of the hottest technologies in the law enforcement community today through the power of capturing an actual photo of a suspect’s vehicle, sometimes even before they commit crimes. It has given investigators the ability to track suspects back in time.

The CPD is now leading the development and deployment of a large regional LPR network covering 12 counties in the Tristate Southwest Ohio/Southeast Indiana/Northern Kentucky (SOSINK) region. All LPR data in the SOSINK project will feeds into a central database that is accessible to numerous law enforcement agencies across the region for what is an unparalleled model for the broad regional deployment of LPR technology throughout the country.

Citywide Neighborhood Public Safety Camera Project

Mounted on buildings and bridges, and often mistaken for lights, the Neighborhood Public Safety Cameras began with the Western Corridor Safe City Project in early 2008 with a donation from the Target Corporation. In May, 2010, additional camera locations were installed in the uptown areas and to the West End area of District One. The latest phase was completed in October, 2010, in the Western Corridor.

All cameras have full pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) functionality. All of the cameras operate on a wireless network in 4.9GHz Public Safety Band or 18/23 GHz Point to Point, and also utilize the City’s existing high speed fiber network.

Entry Filed under: Regional Engineers & Scientist


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