Skip to main content

Black Listed News
Trending Articles:
Trending Articles:

Police facial recognition cameras track our every movement

Published: November 10, 2016
Share | Print This

Source: Mass Private I

Soon, just about everywhere you go, police will be using facial recognition cameras to track your every movement. Police facial recognition cameras are being used on bridges, tunnels and CCTV cameras to name a few.

Cops use facial recognition cameras on bridges, tunnels, airports and transit hubs

"New York [City] is increasingly a target of threats to security. In recognition of this threat, the New York Crossings Project will integrate emerging technologies into the security design of bridges and tunnels across the state, deploying additional personnel and equipment. At each crossing, and at structurally sensitive points on bridges and tunnels, advanced cameras and sensors will be installed to read license plates and test emerging facial recognition software and equipment. These technologies will be applied across airports and transit hubs – including the Penn-Farley Complex – to ultimately develop one system-wide plan."

Fyi, New York has switched to the new Pay-By-Plate surveillance system. (Click here & here to find out more)

 Anti-Terrorism cops, State Police and the National Guard are spying on everyone

"Anti-terrorism teams will be combined with traffic enforcement at crossings and will develop new operating protocols across agencies. Approximately 525 TBTA officers will provide security and traffic management at bridges and tunnels and will collaborate with State Police on toll enforcement; 150 members of State Police Troop NYC will be assigned at crossings to handle security and anti-terror activities; and 150 National Guardsmen will reinforce troopers on security and anti-terror initiatives. Special barricade trucks will be positioned at both ends of each crossing to serve as intercept vehicles and mobile barriers in the event of an emergency." (TBTA stands for the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority Police.)

How is this possible? Anti-Terrorism cops, State Police and the National Guard spying on everyone, what's next Anti-Government Police?

As I mentioned last week, don't believe all the BS about terrorism, we're living in the safest time in history!

"All of these emotions, especially fear, whip people up into a state of alarm and they become angry and almost evangelical about what they believe. "It's like a disease infecting millions of people around the country" filmmaker Jen Senko said.

According to the FBI, violent crime in America is at 1970's level's.

The fact is, since 1993 violent crime in America has dropped EVERY YEAR! (Click here to find out more)


The future of policing: Facial recognition in every police vehicle

Nearly, eight years have passed, since the Los Angeles Police Department first tested the Pontiac G8 Commodore police vehicle. What makes the G8 so special, it came equipped with facial recognition software! In 2013, the NYPD began testing a "smart" police vehicle that might include fingerprint readers and facial recognition. And in 2014, police in Kissimmee, Florida tested the "Ekin" patrol car which also comes equipped with facial recognition.

Are you beginning to see a pattern?

"Ekin" is based in Turkey and they boast about being, "the first and only smart patrol of the world that performs number plate recognition, face recognition, and speed and parking violation detection on the move."

Imagine a future where your license plate and face are instantly identified. That's the future of American policing. (Click here & here to find out more)

"Ekin" claims they can identify peoples faces while the vehicle is moving. "Detection and analysis of faces in the field of view and recognition over digital matching." The "Ekin" patrol vehicle has a 360-degree view.

It won't be long, before every police vehicle has facial recognition. Below, is a list of police vehicles available in America:

A recent study called, "The Perpetual Line-Up; Unregulated facial Recognition in America" warns, that 1/2 of all Americans faces are entered into a facial recognition database. The report also warns, that over 117 million Americans faces are entered into the database.

    "One in two American adults is in a law enforcement face recognition network."
Police will know who you are and where you're going in real-time

In the not too distant future, police will know exactly who you are and where you've been. And they'll know whether you're headed to work, the grocery store or the movies.This is the future of living in Police State America. It's also, what Ekin's "Red Eagle" operating system can do...
Police use facial recognition with live CCTV camera feeds
Earlier this year, I warned everyone that police are using thousands of public and private CCTV cameras to spy on everything we do. Click here to read my four-part series exposing how police are creating a giant facial recognition database on everyone.


Cops admit facial recognition cameras will be in every vehicle

Former police officer Christopher Hawk, reveals the real reason why facial recognition software isn't in every vehicle."If and when in-car facial recognition systems become reliable and affordable enough to be put into squad cars he said."

Is this the America you want, where everyone's afraid and thinks potential terrorists or extremists could be outside their front door?

 Perhaps, DHS should adopt a new slogan, "Keeping Americans in Fear, Its What We Do."

Share This Article...

Image result for patreon

Image result for patreon


Ad Blocking software disables some of the functionality of our website, including our comments section for some browsers.

Image result for patreon


Enter your email address:

More Blacklisted News...

Blacklisted Radio
Blacklisted Nation
On Patreon
On Gab
On Twitter
On Reddit
On Facebook
Blacklisted Radio:
Republic Broadcasting
Podcasts on Youtube
Podcasts on Demand
On Iheart Radio
On Spreaker
On Stitcher
On iTunes
On Tunein

Our IP Address:

Garden office


Advertise Here...

BlackListed News 2006-2019

Privacy Policy