Used Cars Baton Rouge Under 10000 – Baton Rouge Police Corporal Brad Barr conducts 21st century criminal battles. He made technology work for him. “I can scan 10,000 dishes a day,” said Corporal. Brad Barr with the Baton Rouge Police Department, pointing to the camera on his car. “You must be in the right place at the right time.” Two cameras on the side of his car read the license plate on the car parked nearby. Two in front check the other driver on the road.
“Twice a day the car downloads a hot sheet of all stolen vehicles, the wanted criminals and Amber Alerts. This saves it on the modem in the car, so when I drive it will scan the number plate, check the hot sheet and remind me if something appears,” Barr said.
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District Attorney Hillar Moore wants every law enforcement vehicle in the parish to have the same equipment. The Baton Rouge Area Foundation fundraising effort has generated around half a million dollars for this kind of equipment. That’s enough for around 30 items.
“Number plate readers are around $ 15,000; the cameras are the same,” Moore said.
Moore said they had raised nearly $ 500,000, which allowed law enforcement to approach 30 new tools. The goal is that crime cameras capture what is happening and what vehicles or people are involved. Then the license plate will find those responsible.
“We want to see who is crossing that intersection, where the camera is, and we don’t have that now,” Moore said.
Moore said he wanted to raise another half a million in the next two to three months to continue the crime fund.
The BRPD office and EBR Sheriff are discussing where the camera will be located.
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