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Complete a survey on police ANPR camera use in Lincolnshire, Rutland, Northants and Cambridgeshire




People's views are wanted on cameras that read vehicle number plates.

Automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) is technology used to alert police to stolen vehicles, or those that have been used for crime, or to locate missing people.

Police forces across the area are asking for people's views on the use of the cameras.

ANPR cameras 'read' vehicle number plates
ANPR cameras 'read' vehicle number plates

To take the survey click here.

There are 11000 ANPR cameras nationally, which read about 50m number plates a day.

People who want to know more about how ANPR is used can watch a short YouTube video made by West Midlands Police.

The closing date for the survey is March 7, 2021.



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