Plate scanners helping Maine police identify offenders


By Melanie Creamer
Portland Press Herald

PORTLAND, Maine — South Portland police will soon begin using cameras mounted on cruisers to target traffic scofflaws, people who are wanted on warrants and other potential offenders.

But Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap says the technology may raise privacy concerns that would require legislative review.

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