Stolen Vehicle Identification
Using stolen vehicle data from the National Crime Information Center (NCIC), or from local reports,
3M fixed and mobile ALPR systems
can greatly improve an agency’s stolen vehicle identification and recovery results. Additionally, ALPR improves resource efficiency and utilization, provides an added level of officer safety, and eliminates claims of profiling. The identification of stolen vehicles often results in other enforcement opportunities such as drug trafficking, identity theft, and robbery.
Wanted Felons, BOLOs and Amber Alerts
Mobile deployments of
3M License Plate Capture Software and
fixed and mobile ALPR systems can be used in the identification of wanted felons, automation of BOLOs and increased surveillance of AMBER alerts. Seconds after an AMBER alert or a BOLO is announced, deployed 3M ALPR systems can be alerted, greatly increasing the chances of a successfully finding the suspect.
Sexual Predators and DUI Surveillance
Patrolling the perimeters of schools and playgrounds, a vehicle equipped with a
3M Mobile ALPR System can quickly identify registered sexual predators and potentially prevent a repeat offense through officer intervention. Additionally, 3M
Fixed ALPR Systems may be used to calculate travel time and identify those speeding in the school zone. 3M ALPR systems may also be set up for temporary deployment at DUI checkpoints to identify those drivers with prior DUI offenses.
Surveillance and Investigation
Data collected from deployed 3M
ALPR cameras may be used for investigative purposes using the 3M Back Office System Software. This software arranges data so that Law Enforcement can use it for investigative purposes. Data may be queried and mined to identify potential suspects in crimes, and may even help provide officers with important data leading up to – and immediately following – an event. It may also be used to examine the prior whereabouts of known suspects.
Deploying 3M ALPR in High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTAs) can help identify known drug traffickers for surveillance and enforcement. Additionally, by monitoring vehicle activity at known deal and drop sites, potential drug trafficking suspects may also be identified.
3M ALPR Mobile Systems may be used to patrol areas of known activity, while
3M Fixed ALPR Systems may be used to monitor higher volume traffic areas.
Homeland Security and Interoperability
From the identification of potential terrorists, to surveillance of critical infrastructure locations, 3M Public Safety Solutions are able to aid in the protection of our country. Our products may also aid in interoperability and sharing of data across agencies regardless of geography. Mobile and fixed systems feeding data into the 3M Back Office System Software may then be shared with other agencies across the country.
Campus Security Solutions
Whether your campus is large or small, in a rural or urban environment, 3M is dedicated to giving you the latest in Automatic License Plate Technology (ALPR) for the safety of both your campus
as well as the officers that protect the community. Designed and manufactured in the US, 3M's innovative ALPR solutions are
deployed all over the country, helping to deter crime and enable faster response to campus incidents. From install to on-going
maintenance and support, 3M is saving you time, money, and stress. Find out how we can help you with your
campus security needs.