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Pawleys Island Police Department joins forces with NDI Recognition Systems to keep their community safe.

Pawleys Island, SC might be a small town with only 100 full time residences, but that doesn’t prevent the Pawleys Island Police Department from providing the same top notch 24-hour protection coverage as its larger neighboring communities. With the mission of the Pawleys Island Police Department being to preserve the public peace, prevent crime, detect and arrest violators of the law, and protect life and property, Police Chief Michael Fanning embraced his proactive mindset to get ahead of the communities problems and specifically transient crimes.

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Pawleys Island, South Carolina (PRWEB) May 29, 2014

NDI-RS is pleased to announce that Pawleys Island Police Department, South Carolina is the newest member to our rapidly growing family. Pawleys Island Police Department, while a small agency, is very forward-thinking when it comes to technology. After much research, the department choose to join forces with NDI Recognition Systems (NDI-RS) to supplement their security initiatives. The department invested in four state-of-the-art static automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) cameras and will be leveraging NDI-RS’s relationship with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED). SLED maintains a statewide license plate data system using NDI-RS’s back-office software, the Vehicle Intelligence Server and Communications Engine (VISCE). This centralized hub for South Carolina ALPR users means that the Pawleys Island Police Department is not required to purchase or maintain a server to handle their ALPR data.

In addition to fixed ALPR systems like those implemented by the Pawleys Island Police Department, NDI-RS also offers a full range of other types of ALPR solutions, such as mobile systems installed in vehicles and covert systems that are ideal for checkpoint operations and other temporary ALPR deployments. Data from any NDI-RS system is transmitted to the VISCE central back office. The data can be analyzed to identify suspect vehicles, detect crime patterns and trends, and alert command staff and officers to vehicles of interest, such as those involved in AMBER and Silver Alerts.

“We are happy to welcome the Pawleys Island Police Department to the rapidly growing group of NDI-RS customers in South Carolina,” said Christopher McKissick, director of sales. “Our relationship with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division allows us to provide a unique level of service to our customers in that state, and we look forward to helping the Pawleys Island Police Department protect their communities.”

About NDI Recognition Systems:
NDI Recognition Systems (NDI-RS) is a global provider of automated license plate recognition (ALPR) solutions for law enforcement, homeland security, and critical infrastructure security, as well as other market sectors. With an installed base in over 40 countries, NDI-RS designs and manufactures turn-key, end-to-end LPR solutions including mobile, fixed, and covert installations. The company designs and manufactures rugged mobile processors; advanced camera technology, video acquisition cards, and the plate recognition engine; VeriPlate and VeriPark mobile applications; and the VISCE (Vehicle Intelligence Server and Communications Engine) back office for intelligence generation and all administration functionality. NDI-RS also offers exceptional “full-service” installation, commissioning, and ongoing supporting services wherever in the world our customers are.


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