LIVERMORE, Calif. (July 10, 2017) – Vigilant Solutions’ vehicle location analytics platform, LEARN®, has expanded its reach with the integration into public records platforms to provide law enforcement agencies access to license plate recognition (LPR) data to help them solve more crimes, faster.
LEARN merges data with analytics and condenses it into meaningful results that are visually rendered to provide actionable intelligence. It is an LPR management and analytic platform that includes vehicle location intelligence. Users can search by year, make and model; identify the best location to find a vehicle, ranked; and discover associated vehicles. The platform provides a law enforcement vehicle-detection sharing network; and the ability to virtually stakeout a location for vehicle detections to generate leads to resolve pattern crimes.
In a new collaboration, Vigilant Solutions’ LPR data will be integrated into CLEAR, an investigative platform from Thomson Reuters. With this new integration, law enforcement professionals using CLEAR LPR will augment their investigations using LEARN’s vehicle location data, analytics and commercial LPR detections from across the country.
“Vigilant’s vehicle location data and analytics help agencies all over the U.S. develop leads and solve crimes faster,” said Neil Schlisserman, vice president at Vigilant Solutions. “This new option for CLEAR customers demonstrates one of Vigilant’s goals: to meet the growing data demands of law enforcement officials nationwide.”
Agencies using LEARN will have access to data from other law enforcement agencies that have approved data sharing. Additionally, state and local agencies will have access to LEARN’s facial recognition capabilities, allowing them to match an unidentified face image against a list of candidates from a known gallery of booking images.
“Agencies today are seeing a measurable uplift in the leads delivered and crimes solved because LEARN tells investigators something they do not know – for example, not just sightings and detections, but also a ranking of the likeliest locations to find vehicles of interest,” Schlisserman added. “When using LEARN, agencies can share and link their data and hotlist to strengthen their crime-fighting abilities. This, plus the ability to take advantage of Vigilant’s database of location insights and analytics in LEARN, will help users investigate crime and protect their communities with something easily accessible from their public records platform.”