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Oroville to install License Plate readers

The Oroville City Council just approved adding license plate cameras across the city. The system consists of 40 cameras at a cost of 333-thousand dollars for a two-year lease. Police Chief Bill Lagrone stated that the cameras scan for license plates to recover stolen cars or cars involved in crime, and also listen for gunshots. He addressed concerns saying "It's not listening for human voices," Lagrone also said the cameras do not use facial recognition technology. The council approved the cameras by a unanimous seven-nothing vote.