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Brant County OPP utilize ALPR system to detect suspended driver

Brant OPPBrant County OPP utilize ALPR system to detect suspended driver

A member of the Brant County detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was conducting enforcement patrols when the Automatic Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) detected a suspended driver.

Police conducted a traffic stop with the motor vehicle. Upon investigation, police determined that a 50-year-old individual was operating a motor vehicle while under suspension.

As a result of the traffic stop, the 50-year-old from Burlington has been charged with the following Highway Traffic Act offences.

–      Driving While Under Suspension – HTA 53(1)

–      No Currently Validated Permit – HTA 7(1)(a)

The driver’s suspended licence was seized, and the driver has been scheduled to appear in the Ontario Court of Justice in Brantford on March 26, 2024, to answer to the charges.

The OPP’s recent adoption of technology assisted patrol devices such as the ALPR system is part of their commitment to public safety for all motorists on our roadways. The OPP would like to remind the public of the importance of compliance as it relates to licencing regulations to ensure the safety of all motorists.

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