Bill Status of SB1753 99th General Assembly
Short Description: LICENSE PLATE SURVEILLANCE
Sen. Daniel Biss - William Delgado and Ira I. Silverstein
|Session Sine Die
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
Synopsis As Introduced
Creates the Freedom from Automatic License Plate Reader Surveillance Act. Provides that a person acting under the color of State law may not use any automatic license plate reader system (ALPR system) except (1) for electronic toll collection; (2) for traffic enforcement; (3) by parking enforcement entities for regulating the use of parking facilities; (4) for controlling access to secured areas that have clear boundaries, entry only through specific controlled points, and limited access; (5) for the purpose of conducting criminal investigations upon an officer's determination that the vehicles or individuals associated with the license plate numbers are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation; or (6) by law enforcement agencies for the comparison of captured plate data with information contained in databases maintained by the Secretary of State of this State or by federal, State, or local law enforcement agencies, and with license plate numbers that have been manually entered into an ALPR system upon an officer's determination that the vehicles or individuals associated with the license plate numbers are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal or missing person investigation, for the purpose of identifying: (A) vehicles that are stolen, or in violation of any registration or inspection requirements; (B) persons who are missing, or the subject of an arrest warrant, look-out order, traffic citation, or parking citation; or (C) vehicles that are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation.