Sunday, August 25, 2013

pt4 license plate readers (ABQ Mayor Berry)

e: ... [City of Albuquerque] "Mayor Richard Berry said earlier in the week that he was “open” to a shorter retention period."

... Conspiracy Theory Now FACT.
[local story]
Who's watching you now?
aug 25, 2013

Each day, on average, thousands of license plates on Albuquerque streets are photographed, processed, stamped with time and location, and shot off to a federal database.

... Albuquerque police ...

Following inquiries from the Journal, [City of Albuquerque] Chief Administrative Officer Rob Perry said the city was going to make a “prompt change” to its policy, reducing the amount of time the information is kept ...

[City of Albuquerque] Mayor Richard Berry said earlier in the week that he was “open” to a shorter retention period.
[greenhorn post]
pt3 license plate readers (APD confession)
aug 25, 2013

e: ... [Albuquerque Police Department and] the City of Albuquerque confess to owning and using license plate readers ... a conspiracy theory until [aug 23, 2013] ... and promise to shorten the time they keep your information ...

... do you trust them now? ... what did Mayor Berry say?
[ap story]
City revises its policies on license plate readers
aug 25, 2013

The city of Albuquerque says it will reduce the amount of time that it keeps information gathered from police license-plate readers from six months to 14 days. [do you trust them now? ... they never told you they had them]

The Albuquerque Journal reports ( that the city announced the change on Friday [aug 23, 2013] after the newspaper made inquiries about license plate readers.
[geenhorn post]
pt7 conspiracy theorist (license plate readers 2)
jul 17, 2013
[greenhorn post]
pt4 conspiracy theorist (license plate readers)
jun 6, 2013
New Mexico Recognized for Roadway Inspection System
jun 5, 2013

A technology system comprising license plate readers and access to real-time federal data is helping state police improve safety on New Mexico roadways.

New Mexico’s Smart Roadside Inspection system made its debut in 2008. The technology can be used at state weigh stations, but its real advantage is portability. Officers can set it up on multiple roadways throughout the state to ensure safety compliance.
[greenhorn post]
pt2 conspiracy theorist (traffic cams)
mar 12, 2013
[greenhorn post]
conspiracy theorist
dec 6, 2012

e: ... if you counted all the webcams at every traffic intersection state wide, how many are there and who monitors them? FBI fusion centers or somebody else? yet another public-private partnership? PPPs are straight fascism ...
[ice homepage; U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement]
TOP STORY: El Paso Intelligence Center turns raw data into actionable

jun 26, 2012

The El Paso Intelligence Center is an information focal point, collecting and analyzing interdiction reports and multi-source intelligence to identify and track trafficking activities and organizations, identify and fill intelligence gaps, and provide tactical intelligence to law enforcement officers in the field.

Garcia [Louie Garcia, the center's deputy director] calls it an "all-threat center." [including missing persons with no criminal complaint against them]

At the core of the center's activities is the Watch Operations Section, where officers work around the clock, seven days a week to support officers and special agents who are actively engaged in enforcement activities and in need of immediate tactical information. Utilizing more than 70 federal, state and local databases, the staff has a wealth of critical information at its fingertips to assist at a moment's notice.

... deputy sheriff ... requesting a full search on two subjects ... Within minutes, the center's search revealed there was ...
see also:

Mayor Berry's new police recruitment plan (a sham)

changes in NM retirement laws (law enforcement)

pt2 Han case (26 initial suspects)