N.J. county to share license-plate reader data with the feds

Ocean County officials agreed Wednesday to share data collected through the use of license-plate readers with federal authorities.

A license plate reader is shown in November 2013 photo.  

The agreement allows members of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office to provide information with the Drug Enforcement Association “in near real-time.”

In turn, the prosecutor’s office can access information obtained by the DEA through automated license plate readers to help assist with local investigations.

“The Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office users shall not take any operational action based solely on LPR information from DEA,” according to the agreement approved by …read more

Source: NJ.com Ocean

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