[LACryptoparty] Culver City Police Department - Automated License Plate Reader & Drone Program
richarduwheeler at gmail.com
Sat Jul 14 21:48:02 GMT 2018
"The developer said this week that it doesn’t see — or sell — the data and
indicated that the information is “only shared with local police
departments as part of their efforts to keep the local community safe.” The
information, Irvine Co. said, is not sent to U.S. Immigration and Customs
richarduwheeler at gmail.com
On Thu, Jul 12, 2018 at 7:28 AM, Richard Wheeler <richarduwheeler at gmail.com>
> A followup on Vigilant: they sell their system to malls!
> "According to a disclosure on the company’s website
> <https://www.shopirvinecompany.com/legal/alpr-policy/>, Irvine Company
> [which operates a string of open-air malls in southeastern Los Angeles,
> location list here <https://www.shopirvinecompany.com/centers/>] has been
> an active client of Vigilant Solutions since at least 2016 by feeding back
> data to the Vigilant network and appropriate law enforcement agencies."
> Richard Wheeler
> richarduwheeler at gmail.com
> On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 9:31 AM, Richard Wheeler <richarduwheeler at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Some background that I found interesting:
>> This video <https://youtu.be/aJ-u7yDwC6g?t=1m27s> (link starts at 1:27)
>> shows a little bit of how LAPD is using license plate readers and
>> Palantir <http://www.palantir.com/>. This video
>> <https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=66&v=SFWCDUArMGs> (link
>> starts at 0:66) shows how a software system provided by the proposed ALPR
>> hardware vendor, Vigiliant Solutions <https://www.vigilantsolutions.com/>,
>> enables similar workflows.
>> CCPD adoption of ALPR would add to the collection that LAPD and LASD are
>> already conducting in their jurisdictions in LA County. From the proposed
>> "428.5 RELEASING ALPR DATA: The ALPR data may be shared with other law
>> enforcement or prosecutorial agencies for official law enforcement purposes
>> or as otherwise permitted by law..." According to CCPD Captain Sam Agaiby
>> the Vigilant Solution software enables departments to "'check a box' to
>> openly share the entirety of their local license plate catalog with every
>> other police department who checked that same box".
>> On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 7:12 AM, Tim Schwartz <tim at timschwartz.org> wrote:
>>> Close to home in Culver City.
>>> There is a hearing next Tuesday, March 13th @ 5pm to discuss Culver
>>> City’s Police Departments proposed adoption of drones for automated data
>>> collection and automated license plate readers.
>>> See you there!
>>> Begin forwarded message:
>>> *From: *"README @ UCLA" <uclareadme at riseup.net>
>>> *Subject: **[uclareadme] Fwd: Culver City Police Department - Automated
>>> License Plate Reader & Drone Program*
>>> *Date: *March 2, 2018 at 6:48:32 PM PST
>>> *To: *UCLA README Listserv <uclareadme at lists.riseup.net>
>>> *Reply-To: *"README @ UCLA" <uclareadme at riseup.net>
>>> (Sharing the below message from Nash at Electronic Frontier Foundation
>>> inviting us to attend a hearing on March 13th. If you would like to learn
>>> more about Stop LAPD Spying's "No Drones!" campaign check out this link: <
>>> https://stoplapdspying.org/action/current-campaigns/drones> –Karly)
>>> Ken Montenegro just reached out to us about this hearing
>>> <https://local.nixle.com/alert/6431797/?sub_id=8275733> on the 13th
>>> regarding Culver City Police Department use of ALPR's and Drones.
>>> Ken and the folks at Stop LAPD Spying are trying to make sure that there
>>> is a strong presence of community members pushing back on these programs.
>>> Feel free to give me a call (321.544.9399 <(321)%20544-9399>) or send
>>> me a message via Signal with any questions. Ken (
>>> kmontenegro at comeuppance.net) is also happy to talk about their efforts
>>> to push back on these programs
>>> README @ UCLA
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