(credit: Robert Couse-Baker)
Starting on January 1, 2016, California law enforcement agencies and companies will have to take new steps to make their automated license plate reader (ALPR, or LPR) policies more transparent to the public.
Among other things, under Senate Bill 34, any “ALPR operator” will be required to:
Law enforcement agencies must also include the “length of time ALPR information will be retained and the process the ALPR operator will utilize to determine if and when to destroy retained ALPR information.”
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