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Law enforcement can access data when they have “reasonable suspicion.” There are strict guidelines on how and why officers can access data. Flock Safety will proactively scan the data for stolen vehicle searches and alert law enforcement if a positive ID is made.
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Flock Safety license plate readers capture the rear of the vehicle and do not measure speed.
Data is stored for 30 days and there is no retention past that.
Cameras are only accessible by law enforcement (not HOAs, businesses or Flock Safety employees). HOA cameras are private, and the HOA camera administrator has access to their camera(s) only.
Flock Safety will alert police through a “Hot List” if a stolen vehicle, missing persons vehicle or any vehicle that was used in a crime is detected on the camera. By alerting officers of stolen vehicles and wanted persons, officers may be able to prevent a stop crime before it occurs.