Radar and GPS

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Re: Radar and GPS

Unread post by hwybear on

And the Lat/long on the ALPR means nothing anyway, it obtained and beeped at the location read by the camera, however can follow that vehicle, completing other checks, possibly waiting for another cruiser, and stop that vehicle many kilometres away, the offence location can be the new location stopped. Might use the GPS location if while following that vehicle then goes into a parking lot. Doesn't really affect much of anything in the big picture. doesn't take away common sense
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