Yes and no. The license plate readers are out there and a great tool for law enforcement. However, over the last several years with many cities installing red light enforcement cameras there was a big push for officers to issue front license plate citations so the camera could pick them out. This was particularly true in the cities of Beverly Hills and West Hollywood.
Originally Posted by The_Raven
No, police cars are equipped with license plate scanners that not only scan cars that are in front of them, it scans the ones behind them and oncoming. Very useful when searching for a stolen vehicle.
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