Surveillance Technologies Under Review

The public comment period for Group Two surveillance technologies was open from February 5, 2019 to March 26, 2019. The public comment period for Group Two is now Closed.

You can still learn about the recently reviewed technologies below or previously reviewed technologies.

911 Logging Recorder (Police)

This system provides networked access to logged telephone and radio voice recordings of the 911 center.

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Acylica (Transportation)

Acyclica devices are located throughout the City and determine real time vehicle travel times by by identifying WiFi-enabled devices in vehicles, such as smart phones, traveling between multiple sites. 

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Binoculars / Spotting Scope (City Light)

The spotting scope is used to read meters from a distance when direct access to the meter is obstructed in support of current diversion investigations.  

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Check Meter Device (City Light)

This device measures the total amount of power being consumed at a service location where current diversion is confirmed or suspected.

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Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) (Fire)

Computer-aided dispatch (CAD) is used to initiate public safety calls (911) for service, dispatch, and to maintain the status of responding resources in the field.

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Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) (Police)

Computer-aided dispatch (CAD) is used to initiate public safety calls (911) for service, dispatch, and to maintain the status of responding resources in the field.

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CopLogic (Police)

CopLogic allows individuals or retailers to submit police reports on-line for certain low-level crimes in non-emergency situations where there are no known suspects or information about the crime that can be followed up on.

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SensorLink AmpFork (City Light)

This device measures the total amount of power being consumed at a service location where current diversion is confirmed or suspected.

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Meetings

Public comment for group 2 technologies

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