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Dallas ALPR memo

Dallas ALPR memo

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Dallas City Council automatic license plate reader memo
Dallas City Council automatic license plate reader memo

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Memorandum
CITY OF DALLAS
DATE
January
4,
2013
TO
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council
SUBJECT
January
9,
2013 Addendum Item #2Addendum Item #2 -Automated License Plate Recognition Camera System:Authorize
(1)an
acquisition contract for the purchase and installation ofhardware and software for
an
automated license plate recognition system, forPolice
in
the amount of $603,622;
(2)
a five-year service contract formaintenance and support of the automated license plate recognition system
in
the amount of $146,462; and
(3)
a five-year master agreement for additionalhardware and software, to add additional cameras
in
the amount of
$2,489,894-
Iron
Sky, Inc.
most advantageous proposer of eight -Total not to exceed$3,289,978 -Financing: Confiscated Monies Funds ($750,084) and CurrentFunds ($2,489,894), (subject to annual appropriations).The Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) camera system
is
designed toread license plates at high speeds that will allow law enforcement officers topatrol daily with the benefit of license plate reading
in
real time. The camerasystem selected supports both mobile and fixed based technology,
in
which thehardware can be mounted
on
patrol cars or installed at specified locations
as
afixed camera system. Once the license plate
is
read, ALPR software checksseveral local, state, and federal databases for stolen vehicles or other types ofwarrants where the license plate might have been registered. Many stolenvehicles have been recovered using this technology and the technology can
be
used
as an
investigative tool to
aid
in
solving crimes that are more serious.Due to the effectiveness of the ALPR camera systems
in
the recovery of stolenvehicles
and
the investigative effectiveness of this technology, the Dallas PoliceDepartment ("DPD")
is
seeking to implement up to 140 of these units over thenext five years.The initial deployment will be approximately
14
patrol car mounted ALPRcameras and
14
fixed ALPR cameras located at sites throughout the City. Theinitial deployment will be funded with a combination of confiscated funds anddonations by City philanthropic organizations.
DPD
plans to deploy theadditional ALPR cameras as funding and/or donations become available.
"Dallas -Together, we do it better!"

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