​NIJ Audio: Using License Plate Readers to Fight Crime

NIJ Conference Panel
June 2010

This is a joint panel of NIJ's Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE ) and Office of Science and Technology (OST). Panelists will discuss the latest efforts to implement license plate reader technology into policing operations. OST grantees will explain various aspects of the technology and an ORE grantee from the National Opinion Research Center will present findings from a study on the use of license plate readers to combat auto theft in Arizona.


William A. Ford Director of the Information and Sensor Technology Division, National Institute of Justice

Meghann Tracey Project Manager, Technology Center, International Association of Chiefs of Police

Dale Stockton Program Manager, Road Runner, Automated Regional Justice Information System

Bruce G. Taylor Principal Research Scientist, Substance Abuse, Mental Health and Criminal Justice Studies Department, National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago

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