JPD uses Genetec AutoVu License Plate Recognition technology to fight crime

April 2013
Jackson Advocate;4/4/2013, Vol. 75 Issue 26, p3A
The article discusses the use of Genetec Auto Vu SharpX IP-based License Plate Recognition (LPR) system cameras by the Jackson Police Department (JPD) in Mississippi to fight crime and easily identify criminals.


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