Monthly Archives: November 2013

COP CAR RUNS REGO CHECK ON YOUR CAR IN HALF A SECOND & CAN DO 5,000 SEARCHES IN A SINGLE SHIFT

Hi-tech police car logs and checks 5000 number plates against database in single shift.

Senior Constable Jamie Kahle with the BlueNet police car and its innovative cameras.

Geelong traffic police are taking crime fighting to new level, thanks to a set of new hi-tech wheels. The BlueNet prototype vehicle features the first fully integrated automatic number plate recognition system, in-car video and mobile data terminal in Australia.

The police vehicle boasts mounted cameras on the front, rear and roof to scan all cars it passes. Victorian Police and Emergency Services Minister Kim Wells said BlueNet could scan the number plates of moving and parked cars to notify police of any unlicensed drivers, unregistered or stolen vehicles and those with outstanding fines.

“BlueNet vehicles are another tool police will use during the Christmas and New Year period to detect and remove those who, for a range of reasons, shouldn’t be our roads,” Mr Wells said. “The technology in these vehicles dramatically improves police efficiency and drastically increases the number of licence and vehicle checks officers can conduct on the front line. It only takes BlueNet half a second to scan a car as it travels past, and in one shift up to 5000 vehicles can be checked by the BlueNet system.'”

State Highway Patrol police have been using a $75,000 prototype BlueNet vehicle out of the Moorabbin Police Complex since last December. During that time, the vehicle detected 17,794 road offences.

Victoria Police Assistant Commissioner Robert Hill said the new wheels would make our roads and community safer. “Unauthorised drivers and recidivist offenders pose a high risk to road users,” Mr Hill said. “The BlueNet program will substantially improve our detection rates, creating a safer road system for all road users.”

The four cars released as part of the rollout will be based in Geelong, Brimbank, Shepparton and Frankston. The $180,000 pilot program is part of the Victoria’s Road Safety Strategy 2013-22. It will be subject to a full review and evaluation before any further rollout is considered.

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POLICEMAN HAS SECRET PEEP CAMERA IN HIS BATHROOM

POLICEMAN CHARGED OVER INSTALLATION OF SECRET CAMERA IN BATHROOM

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An off-duty police officer has been charged after he allegedly filmed people on a hidden camera installed in the bathroom of his north-western NSW home.

A visitor to the Inverell home allegedly found the secret camera in August. They notified police and the home was searched on September 13 and his laptop seized.

Police said the general duties constable was issued with a court attendance notice on Monday.

He will face Hornsby Local Court in January charged with installing a device to film and attempting to film a person without consent.

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STEALING MONEY FROM A MACHINE NEEDING FINGERPRINTS ID IS A JOKE READ THIS FUNNY ONE

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Scratch and Lose: Ariel Sinclair, 23, apparently hatched a scheme to rip off a Virginia Beach, Va., drugstore where she worked as an assistant manager. According to police, Sinclair gained access to the store’s lottery machine to steal nearly $6,000 in cash. But her plan wasn’t foolproof. “If you’re providing your fingerprint to access this machine, I have no idea how, in your mind, you’re thinking you’re going to get away with this,” said police spokesman Adam Bernstein. With the fingerprint record in the machine, investigators were able to easily identify who accessed it, and arrested Sinclair for embezzlement. (MS/WTKR Hampton Roads) …She would have had better odds just buying the tickets.

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