Thursday, July 21, 2016

Highway Bluetooth detectors are spying on motorists and pedestrians

image credit: U.S. DOT

DHS and the Dept., of Transportation are using 'Bluetooth detectors' to spy on motorists and pedestrians.

Beginning in late 2007 the University of Maryland, with support from the Maryland SHA, developed an anonymous probe technique to monitor the travel time on highways and arterials based on signals available from the point‐to‐point networking protocol commonly referred to as Bluetooth.

If you guessed DHS, is involved in Bluetooth spying, give your self a gold star. Click here, here & here to find out more.

According to motorists probably have no idea the government (DHS) is secretly reading information on their cell phones, tablets, headphones.

The Florida Department of Transportation and city of Gainesville are two of many government entities nationwide now using roadside transponders to read the identification number of any activated Bluetooth device as it passes.

Government agencies like DHS and the DEA use Bluetooth detectors to gather Bluetooth data from a Wireless Sensor Network. For more information about DEA spying, read 'The DEA has created a massive national license plate reader spying program'.
“The whole country is doing this,” Paul Misticawi, vice president of public sector sales for traffic data software company.

Bluetooth detectors will soon be able to identify everyone

According to Michael Robertson, "sensors that re-identify vehicles specifically. Some examples given are "electronic toll tag transponders, cell-phone tracking, license plate reading, Bluetooth sniffing, magnetic signatures, (and) video tracking."

By combining a license plate or a phone number with a Bluetooth serial number, it’s possible to track citizens via their phone. Mr. Robertson said.

The DOT admits Bluetooth detectors can be used to identify anyone...

If an electronic device were seized by police as evidence, the MAC address could be determined and matched against Bluetooth detection records.

Similarly, users who download and use certain mobile device applications may make personal information, including their MAC addresses, known to the apps' publishers, who could then potentially mine, share or sell this information.

Jeff Hayes, Alachua County’s transportation planning manager, said the system is smart enough that if two people with Bluetooth devices are traveling in the same car, they will be recorded together at the first transponder. But if both devices cross the path of a transponder down the road again in the same car, the system figures out they belong to passengers traveling together, and will cancel out one of the ID numbers.

Bluetooth detectors can detect a vehicle's speed and location

They can detect a vehicles location, speed and altitude (according to page 25 of the Meshlium datasheet) Bluetooth detectors also use a GPS-3G/GPRS realtime tracker.

According to a Delaware DOT Bluetooth brochure, most phones stay discoverable and vehicles with hands-free systems tend to always be discoverable!

How Bluetooth detectors work

According to the DOT, Bluetooth detection systems work by actively searching for in-range Bluetooth devices and capturing the unique media access control (MAC) address of each device. For a Bluetooth detection system to read the MAC address of a device, the device must be turned on and be in "discoverable" mode (i.e., broadcasting its MAC address). Because each device has a unique and permanent MAC address, Bluetooth detection systems can determine vehicle travel times and speeds by calculating the time it takes for vehicles containing Bluetooth devices to travel between two or more Bluetooth sensors that are a known distance apart.

Bluetooth detectors are secretly spying on motorists in National Parks

To mitigate the deterioration of mobility and safety an innovative traffic data detection system is needed to provide drivers with real-time travel speeds and travel time information. The system must be visually unobtrusive (hidden) with minimal impact on viewsheds and disturbance of historical and cultural landscapes. IAI and its collaborator, Sabra, Wang and Associates will develop an innovative, low profile, low cost, low power, and light weight microwave radar with WiFi/Bluetooth sensors for vehicle detection and travel time monitoring.

In other words, the gov't., is secretly spying on every vehicle visiting our National Parks.

To find out more about gov't spying, read last week's story 'Big Brother wants to create 17.5 million spying motorists.'

In-pavement magnetic detectors can identify individual vehicles

image credit: precisiontrafficsafety

According to the DOT, arrays of magnetometers are installed in pavement at detection locations which can identify and match vehicles based on each vehicle's unique magnetic signature. In-Pavement magnetic detectors, have close to 100 percent detection rate.

Bluetooth detectors spy on pedestrians
image credit Libelium

According to Meshilium, the idea is to be able to measure (spy on) the amount of people and cars which are present in a certain point at a specific time, allowing the study of the evolution of the traffic congestion of pedestrians and vehicles.

Users have to do nothing to be detected as the WiFi and Bluetooth radios integrated in their Smartphones periodically send a “hello!” message telling about their presence.

Bluetooth detectors spy on entire streets and floors of shopping malls

Applications related to shopping and street activities:

How to identify Bluetooth Sensors

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Boston Police body cams cost taxpayers $3 million a year, while cops receive $500 each to wear them

image credit: News-Press
According to a Boston Globe article, cops must volunteer to wear body cams. Camera proponents are concerned that the program will be voluntary.
Boston Mayor claims police body cams don't build trust

He's technically right, most states don't allow the public to see police body cam footage. For more info. read "State Laws Restrict Release Of Police Body Cam Footage."
Police body cams cost taxpayers $3 million a year
Taser International (TI) charges police $400-$600 for a single body cam and also charges police departments $15 a month per officer or $89 per month per officer to store the data on their cloud. Police across the country are using taxpayer dollars to lease TI's Axon Body 2 cameras.

If you include the storage fees and the price of body cams to equip a police force the size of Boston's which has close to 2,700 cops. The total is much more than $3 million.

Taser's police body cams designed to ward of lawsuits against the company

Taser initially turned to cameras as a way to ward off lawsuits, both for the company and the police. “It was about defending our business,” Rick Smith, Taser’s chief executive officer said.
Taser has a close relationship with DHS
Back in 2004, former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik was President Bush's choice to head DHS. Fyi, Mr. Kerik made $6.2 million by exercising stock options he received from Tl he was also on TI's Board of Directors. In 2009, Mr. Kerik went to jail for conspiracy and fraud.

Click here, here & here to find out more about TI's close relationship with DHS.
At Taser, its all about profits
This past May, TI  hosted 'Analyst and Investor Day' on Wall St., TI has even created an 'Investor Relations' website.
Below, are two excerpts taken from page 27 of TI's 2014 annual report
Taser has a close relationship with the US military
DHS is devoted to helping cops receive grants for military weapons, Tasers etc.
DHS has created, the 'Lessons Learned Information Sharing' (LLIS) program which is devoted to helping cops receive grants for military weapons, Tasers and much more.
Grant Case Studies: Case studies demonstrate how states and urban areas across the country use Federal homeland security grants to improve preparedness. These documents can be found here.

DHS, has even created a grant training program for cops, called First Responder Grants & Training.

Police Grants Help, is another website devoted to helping police write grants, to acquire military weapons, Tasers etc.
DHS develops police policy and doctrine 

In other words, DHS develops police policy and doctrine.
Each cop to be paid $500 to wear a body cam
What they're really saying is, cops will be paid an extra $500 in taxpayer dollars to voluntarily wear body cams.
Citizens to be recorded without their consent
Cops to review body cam footage before testifying
According to the Boston Globe, officers would have access to body cam footage prior to giving a statement for an internal investigation; and to prepare for court.
In other words cops won't be relying on memory, they'll be allowed to review their body cam footage before giving testimony.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Big Brother wants to create 17.5 million spying motorists

image credit: Surveillance OZ

Big Brother and auto insurance companies have devised a devious new way to encourage Americans to spy on each other. They're offering motorists an insurance discount, if they purchase and install dashcams in their own vehicles!

New York Assembly member Alicia Hyndman and NY Senator Jose Peralta have introduced a bill, that would give New York drivers a 5% auto insurance discount for having a dash camera installed in their car. Fyi, insurance companies are also secretly identifying motorists and passengers using facial biometrics.

Big Brother to use dashcams to monitor the public

They (gov't officials) say the video drivers provide is invaluable to law enforcement in solving many situations. Like what? Allowing police to identify the driver who just gave someone the middle finger? Or recording bad driving, so insurance companies can raise our rates?

“Plus if motorists feel that they’re being taped by a dash cam, then maybe, just maybe they will think twice before engaging in reckless driving or leaving the scene of an accident,” Peralta said.

What they're really saying is, dashcams will be used to monitor and silence the public, if they know they're being spied on everywhere they go.

Police say they spy on motorists because criminals drive cars

Denver police Commander Paul Pazen, claims they're spying on motorists "because criminals typically use cars when committing crimes." DDACT's capture info., about every vehicle and also collects  info., about innocent car owners. When Pazen was asked if he works for the NSA, he just laughed.

AAA to see if dashcams would be a cost effective way to create a nation of spies

“We need more data. We need to be able to quantify it better as to whether a discount at all would be merited,” AAA Spokesman Robert Sinclair explained. (AAA is the American Automobile Association)

He said like seatbelts, airbags, and backup cameras, dash cams might become standard in the future.

Big Brother wants to create 17.5 million spies

According to Oregon Live, there are close to 17.5 million cars in America, which means Big Brother wants to create a nation of spying motorists.

U.S. auto sales hit a record high of 17.47 million in 2015, topping the old record of 17.35 million set in 2000.  Analysts expect sales could go even higher this year as unemployment continues to decline and more young buyers enter the market.

Garbage trucks and trucking companies use dashcams to spy on the public

"Waste Management's trucks are on your streets every day. Our drivers are familiar with their routes, so they’re often the first to notice when something is amiss.

As your community partner, we assist local police and fire departments by acting as extra eyes and ears on local streets."

How bad is commercial truck spying?

A search for "trucking companies installing dash cams" returned over 630,000 hits. According to Trucking Truth, "Many trucking companies have installed, or are going to install, in-cab cameras that face both the road and the driver." 

What is bill A10392?

Bill A10392, would let law enforcement and insurance companies view dashcam images.

The bill would allow dashcam evidence to be used in civil and criminal proceedings and allows the insurer to review any images. According to the bill, motorists are responsible for making sure their dashcams are always recording.

Dashcams to become part of safety inspections

Bill A10392 would make dashcams part of safety inspections...

Senator Peralta spent nearly a decade trying to get NY to adopt DHS ID's

In 2005, DHS said it was aware of the problem and was working with law enforcement to prevent false documents from aiding terrorists. State Sen. Jose Peralta (D-Jackson Heights) has spent nearly a decade trying to remedy the dangerous situation.

"He [Sen. Greg Ball]  also seems unaware that all immigrant driver’s licenses, including the one I have proposed in New York and those already in place in 11 states and Washington D.C., must be clearly distinguishable and meet with the approval of the Department of Homeland Security."

Fyi, AAA is a long time proponent of DHS's, REAL-ID program.

Think about what's happening to America, police are already using public CCTV cameras to spy on motorists and now this? Do you want every car to spy on us? Do you feel safer knowing our gov't is spying on us everywhere we go?

Thursday, July 7, 2016

Secret facial biometrics being used to identify motorists and shoppers

According to a Newspaper article the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has secretly been spying on motorists.
Three years ago the Virginia Dept. of Motor Vehicles allowed IIHS to secretly record vehicle identification number (VIN), age and sex information from the records of 65,000 vehicle owners.
IIHS used facial biometrics to identify drivers

It's not a stretch of the imagination to believe the IIHS and the DMV identified passengers too.

Facial biometrics used to identify passengers and pedestrians

Though primarily intended for fixed security camera installations, the software could allow police to identify the occupants of vehicles when the system is supplied with a clear photograph of a car's interior. In states such as California and Arizona where red light cameras and speed cameras photograph the front of a car, the video stream can be analyzed in "near real time" to catalog and identify the driver and anyone in the passenger seat of passing vehicles, flagging any "person of interest.

Don't forget, the DEA's highway surveillance cameras are also tracking everyone.

The DEA has gathered as many as 343 million records in the National License Plate Recognition program, which connects DEA license plate readers with those of other law enforcement agencies around the country.

With its jurisdiction and its finances, the federal government is uniquely positioned to create a centralized repository of all drivers’ movements across the country — and the DEA seems to be moving toward doing just that. For more information about the DEA's highway cameras click here & here.

Police can identify people through fog

"San Francisco’s public transit agency plans to purchase up to 150 cameras marketed for their ability to find and focus on human faces, although city officials insist the devices will monitor only traffic — not people."

"The Municipal Transportation Agency is seeking a vendor that will sell cameras equipped with “face detection” technology, according to bidding documents posted online. Those cameras will scan streets from traffic-light poles..."

Samsung's 'Super Light Enhancer' can identify people at night and their 'DEFOG' software can identify people through fog. Surveillance cameras can even identify people in low light, click here to see Bosch's Starlight surveillance cameras.

Last year, I warned everyone that surveillance cameras can track multiple people using 'activity recognition.'

"We present a multi-target tracking system that is designed specifically for the provision of stable and accurate head location estimates. By performing data association over a sliding window of frames, we are able to correct many data association errors and fill in gaps where observations are missed." 
Why did the IIHS use facial biometrics to identify motorists?

"Why precisely the insurance industry advocates felt the need to capture facial images of drivers and compare that to personal data in DMV records is a mystery," NMA president Gary Biller told TheNewspaper. "Identifying drivers isn't germane to the horsepower versus speed question."

If you guessed DHS had something to do with it, give yourself a gold star.

According to an NHTSA March 2016, article. Adrian K. Lund, Ph.D., president of the IIHS also served as the Secret Service's liaison to DHS. (the only way to find this information is to search for 'Adrian Lund Secret Service liaison')

The IIHS is also behind the push to have automated speed enforcement and alcohol ignition interlocks installed in every vehicle, they're also responsible for red light camera legislation and much more.

According to the Newspaper article, the IIHS is also the leading proponent of a return to the national 55 MPH speed limit. Fyi, the IIHS has a vested financial interest in a national 55MPH speed limit.

The IIHS is both the research and the public relations arm of the insurance industry, funded by all of the major insurance firms, including AAA, Allstate, Geico, Progressive State Farm and USAA.

To answer Mr. Biller's question, the IIHS appears to be a government agency (DHS) masquerading as an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization.

Retail stores are also secretly recording everyone's facial biometrics.

Retail stores across America secretly use facial recognition to spy on EVERYONE
Recently Walmart and Home Depot have been caught using facial recognition cameras to identify customers.
Target and CVS are also considering using facial recognition to spy on customers.
Earlier this year, I warned everyone that police were using license plate readers in shopping malls.
How bad is police surveillance in America? A search of "police use retail video cameras" returned close to 3.5 million hits.
Welcome to Police State America, where everyone's face is being scanned without their knowledge!

Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Police use DHS's automatic warrant creator to illegally access bank accounts

Police are using DHS's Electronic Recovery and Access to Data (ERAD) reader to spy on your credit, debit, commuter train and bus card balances without a WARRANT!

"The ERAD Prepaid Card Reader is a small, handheld device that uses wireless connectivity to allow law enforcement officers in the field to check the balance of cards. This allows for identification of suspicious prepaid cards and the ability to put a temporary hold on the linked funds until a full investigation can be completed."

Police are spying on our bank, credit card balances and travel history

Certain banks and processors enable their use by criminal elements, a central database of cards taken will begin to point the way to the history files tied to each card. These files can be used by law enforcement to obtain via subpoena account numbers and travel history.

Police use DHS's automatic warrant creator to access our bank accounts

"Clients have access to the automated subpoena creation and management system which allows them to customize a subpoena or seizure warrant targeted to the specific financial institution or retailer that issued the prepaid access card."

Banks are secretly 'red flagging' our transactions for DHS

"In applying the red flags below, financial institutions are advised that no single transactional red flag is a clear indicator of terrorist activity. Financial institutions should consider additional factors, such as a customer’s overall financial activity and whether he or she exhibits multiple red flags, before determining a possible association to terrorist financing and FTFs. Financial institutions should also refer to the red flags and other information provided in this and the May 2015 non-public advisory to formulate a more comprehensive assessment of potential suspicious activity."

In other words, there's a 'non-public' or secret bank spying document the public isn't allowed to see!

Hundreds of police departments are spying on Americans bank accounts

ERAD has been adopted by police departments around the country — "more than a couple hundred," says T. Jack Williams, the president of ERAD Group Inc.

To find out more about ERAD, read last years article "Police are reading your bank & debit card balances without a warrant."

Police use ERAD to balance state/local budgets

Jim Molesa claims the Navajo County Sheriff's Office has used ERAD for civil forfeiture no more than 15 times. The Bexar County Criminal District Attorney Office in Texas — whose records show a September 2015 payment of $5,834 to the ERAD Group — declined to comment.

A recent NPR article reveals, ERAD/DHS receive a percentage of the money cops seize.

A preliminary agreement between the Navajo County agency and ERAD Group shows that in addition to equipment charges, the company also gets "5.7 [percent] of the total dollar amount seized" using its products. Under a contract with the Oklahoma DPS, the company collects 7.7 percent of the amounts forfeited. The ERAD Group's Williams says it's fair for his company to collect a fee, just like credit card companies do.

Hundreds of cops across America are using a DHS designed system to steal American's money without a warrant while they get a cut of the funds! Don't forget Homeland Security also receives a cut from pot businesses, breathalyzers and pot kiosks.

Police are using ERAD to spy on our library card

Williams says ERAD devices are a necessary addition to the law enforcement toolbox. It is shockingly easy to steal — or download, even — credit card information and record it onto another magnetic-stripe card, be it a bank card, hotel room key, or library card.

Police are using four DHS card readers to spy on Americans accounts

ERAD-Intel, ERAD-Recovery, ERAD-ID, and ERAD-DATA will be able to meet the requirements of law enforcement for many years to come. In addition, we are always looking for what is next, and how to get there first.

What they're really saying is, the Bill of Rights will soon be a thing of the past in Police State America. Soon, Americans will be forced to hand over their bank cards and ID's to police.

The future of American policing

While driving down the road a cop, pulls you over for a traffic infraction. Since you want to avoid any hassle you give the officer your Real-ID drivers license, which divulges your entire life's history and biometrics. The cop also wants to know, your bank balance and needs to scan your bank cards, so he can write you a speeding ticket you can afford. Fyi, Real-ID was also created by DHS.

Thursday, June 30, 2016

(Updated) PBS donations are secretly being used by police to spy on Americans

(Video reveals, campus police are also using 'datacasting')
DHS and the First Responders Group (FRG) have created a way to transmit encrypted live video and data using broadcast television signals, It's called 'datacasting'. (The FRG is part of DHS)
Police are secretly using PBS television stations to spy on Americans

DHS is using Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) television stations to send videos and messages to law enforcement across the country.

"Once the hardware [IP encapsulator] is set up at the television station to enable this capability, data recipients will need a datacast receiver connected to their computer in order to receive the information being broadcast from the PBS station. Datacasting’s software allows the owners of the video and other data to target individual users or groups of receivers to receive the video, files and notifications being transmitted."

“Datacasting gives first responders the same broad access to data that we are all used to having on our smartphones, explains John Contestabile, APL’s datacasting program manager. Emergency voice communications are currently good, but they aren’t designed to handle large amounts of data. And, during an emergency, cellular networks become congested and strained from use by the public.”

What they're really saying is, police can use 'datacasting' to secretly communicate with each other after shutting down cellphone service. There have been at least two reported incidents of police shutting down cellphone service in recent years, one in Calif. and another in Boston.

TV stations across the country are secretly allowing police to use 'datacasting'

DHS/Police used 'datacasting' to send secret messages during this years NCAA Men's Final Four Basketball Tournament, which was not broadcast on PBS. It was broadcast nationally on TNT, Turner Broadcasting and TruTV. Which means, TV stations other than PBS are letting police secretly send messages. Click here to see DHS's NCAA 'datacasting' video.

U.S. Park Police secretly use 'datacasting' to spy on 4th., of July celebrations
Police also use 'Visual Analytics for Command, Control and Interoperability Environments'  (VACCINE) to secretly spy on the public via CCTV cameras. Last year, police used VACCINE to secretly spy on everyone attending the MLB's All Star week.

According to DHS, universities, SpectraRep and PBS television stations are working together to make 'datacasting' a reality.

Johns Hopkins University (JHU) is basically a DHS "front" developing new surveillance products for our government.

"We [JHU] apply a strong systems engineering discipline to programs that primarily support the Department of Defense and DHS..." 

"JHU's collaboration with leading research universities allows these organizations to provide the U.S. government with access to our nation’s most highly skilled scientists, engineers, and analysts..."

SpectraRep appears to be another DHS front company.

"SpectraRep is working with broadcasters around the country to deploy wireless datacast broadband services and applications..."

According to their LinkedIn page they have about 11-50 employees that specialize in Homeland Security broadcast systems.

Updated 7/14:

DHS's Next Generation First Responder (NGFR) program allows cops to stream live video from body cams and drones.

The NGFR program recently held a demonstration highlighting innovative technologies that combined to improve communications and situational awareness of first responders during disasters and critical incidents. The demonstration integrated physiological and environmental sensors, streaming video from body cameras and unmanned aerial systems (UAS), and hybrid communications devices during a simulated emergency scenario calling for a coordinated response from law enforcement, firefighters and emergency medical technicians.

“The proliferation of miniaturized sensors, affordable UAS and Internet of Things (IoT) devices can make a tremendous impact on first responder safety, connectivity, and situational awareness..." NGFR Program Manager John Merrill said.

Your PBS donations are secretly being used to spy on Americans

Below, is an excerpt from the PBS Foundation.

"Your generous gift allows everyone the ability to explore new ideas and new worlds through innovative online programming and television. Together, as a PBS supporter, we can offer trusted news... "

What it should say is, 'Your generous gift allows DHS/Police to explore innovative new ways for law enforcement to spy on Americans. Together as a PBS supporter we can offer trusted police surveillance to everyone.'

When will America speak up and say enough is enough? Police State spying has gone too far!

Police State America is using public television, banks, doctors, teachers, religious groups, mental health centers, social workers, community groups and more to spy on Americans.

Click here, here, here & finally here to read my articles exposing gov't. spying.

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Police are giving people and homes 'Social Disorder' ratings

image credit: NIMH
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is using a 'Social Disorder Index' (SDI) to determine the level of social disorder a location presents to its surrounding community. SDI can map areas as small as 250 feet by 250 feet.

SDI is just another name for Real-Time Data Centers run by DHS

Police are giving people and homes 'Social Disorder' ratings

Police, are giving people and homes an SDI rating from one to five, areas with murders and shootings are given a five while disturbances are given a one.

People are being arrested based on their 'Social Disorder' rating

image credit: Indy Star
According to the IndyStar, police used SDI to target areas and arrest people with a propensity for violence.

Religious groups, mental health centers and community groups are helping police identify social disorder

To combat this so-called social disorder index, police have concentrated more foot and bike patrols, partnered more with faith-based and community groups and mental health outreach specialists.

Americans are also being labeled as "insider threats"

The Department of Defense (DoD) provides a non-exhaustive list of “insider threats,” which include, but are not limited to: “damage to the United States through espionage, terrorism, unauthorized disclosure of national security information, or through the loss or degradation of departmental resources or capabilities.”

Counselors are working with the police

Officer Jim Gillespie said, that an on-site counselor from Midtown Mental Health Services from IMPD’s North District would inherit the family and calls for assistance and possibly fashion a counseling response.

“Once they identify the issue, connect the family with additional resources to hopefully take care of that so we will not have another repeat call out there” Gillespie said.

"Additional resources" is just another way of saying community spying.

According to the IndyStar article, police spoke with community members to learn about problems they were having and whether they needed help with anything.

Below, are some examples of the "additional resources" police spoke of.

Religious groups, doctors, social workers and teachers are spying for the police

The FBI/DHS are enlisting clergy, social workers and mental health professionals to counsel (spy on) troubled people who voice support for terrorism.

Earlier this year, I warned everyone that police are cultivating churches, businesses, property managers, etc., to spy on Americans.

According to Mariame Kaba, a Chicago-based organizer and co-founder of the grassroots group We Charge Genocide, the trust fostered in these meetings can come with conditions.

 “They turn into these kinds of meetings where the police deputize community members to basically become arms of the state, Community members are empowered to tell police everything” said Kaba.

Religious groups help the gov't decide whether police should remove a child from a family

"Called The Care Portal, the online tool allows DCS caseworkers who know of a specific need of a child or family to submit that request via email to nearby churches enrolled in the system."

This is a way churches can partner directly, and that’s a huge game changer for communities,” said J. Michael Davis, the social services domain director of 4Tucson, an organization that promotes partnership in the Christian community. “We could take it anywhere. One church doesn’t have ownership. We are collaborating.”

Our homes are also being given color-coded threat ratings

Any high-priority 911 calls, defined as in-progress or life-threatening crimes, will now be filtered through a database to assess any possible threats an officer may encounter while responding.

"The database goes through all public information for the call’s location — from arrest records to pizza deliveries — and gives the address a rating. Green means minimal threat, yellow a possible threat and red a major threat."

"The RTCC system shows officers three pieces of data: the threat level, the criminal history of anyone living at the home and a list of known friends and family members. This list sometimes includes possible phone numbers and addresses of these associates."

Click here & here to find out how churches are using "Holy Ghost" patdowns and facial recognition cameras on their members.