2018 Vigilant Data Sharing Information (Santa Fe Police Department)

Dave Maass filed this request with the Santa Fe Police Department of Santa Fe, NM.
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From: Dave Maass

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act, I hereby request the following documents:

1) The names of agencies and organizations with which the Agency shares Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) data;
2) The names of agencies and organizations from which the Agency receives ALPR data;
3) The names of agencies and organizations with which the Agency shares “hot list” information;
4) The names of agencies and organizations from which the Agency receives “hot list” information;

This information is easily available within the Agency’s LEARN system. The simplest way to extract this data is to generate an “Agency Data Sharing Report” PDF file from within LEARN. To do this, a user may simply go to the “Sharing” section of LEARN and select “Output Report.” A CSV/XLS file containing these records would also satisfy this request.

The instructions for extracting this data is described on pages 62-63 of the LEARN Agency Manager Guide, which may be found at this link:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3860685-LEARN-5-1-Agency-Manager-Guide.html

An example of this record may be found at this link:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3936113-Palos-Verdes-Estates-Police-Department-Data.html

A number of other agencies have regularly determined the above information constitutes a public record and have provided an “Agency Data Sharing Report.” These agencies include:

Anaheim Police Department, Antioch Police Department, Bakersfield Police Department Chino Police Department, Clovis Police Department, Elk Grove Police Department, Fontana Police Department, Fountain Valley Police Department, Glendora Police Department, Hawthorne Police Department, Irvine Police Department, Livermore Police Department, Lodi Police Department, Long Beach Police Department, Montebello Police Department, Orange Police Department, Palos Verdes Estates Police Department, Red Bluff Police Department ,Sacramento Police Department, San Bernardino Police Department, San Diego Police Department, San Rafael Police Department, San Ramon Police Department, Simi Valley Police Department, and the Tulare Police Department.

We further request the following records

The aggregate number of “detections” (i.e. license plate scans and associated data) collected during 2016.
The aggregate number of detections collected during 2017.
The aggregate number of “hits” (i.e. times that a plate on a hotlist was detected) during 2016.
The aggregate number of “hits” during 2017.

This information is easily available within the Agency’s LEARN system. The simplest way to extract this data is to generate a “Dashboard Hit Ratio Report” PDF file from within LEARN. We would prefer the data for each year to be provided separately.

An example of this document may be found at: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3870802-Sacramento-PD-Hit-Ratio-Rpt-010112-051917-Redacted.html

The instructions for extracting this data is described on pages 78-79 of the LEARN Agency Manager Guide, which may be found at this link:
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3860685-LEARN-5-1-Agency-Manager-Guide.html

The following agencies have regularly determined the above information constitutes a public record and have provided an “Dashboard Hit Ratio Report.” These agencies include:

Anaheim Police Department; Bakersfield Police Department; Chino Police Department; Clovis Police Department; Elk Grove Police Department; Fontana Police Department; Irvine Police Department; La Habra Police Department; Laguna Beach Police Department; Lodi Police Department; Sacramento Police Department; San Diego Police Department; San Ramon Police Department; and the Red Bluff Police Department.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 15 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Dave Maass

From: Santa Fe Police Department

If this is in IPRA, it needs to be sent to our IPRA email site. Sfpd.ipra@santafenm.gov

From: Santa Fe Police Department

February 19, 2018

Dave Maass
requests@muckrock.com<mailto:requests@muckrock.com>

Mr. Maass.

This letter is in response to your IPRA we received on February 17, 2018 for records related to ALPR data. We do not use that type of equipment or a similar system.

Please, in the future send your information (Inspection of Public Records) requests to sfpd.ipra@santafenm.gov<mailto:sfpd.ipra@santafenm.gov> and please share that address with your fellow workers. This request came to my city email address where I receive 30 to 40 messages a day and might have been easily lost and the deadline missed.

Thank you,

Greg Gurulé
SFPD PIO/IPRA Custodian

Greg Gurulé
PIO/IPRA Custodian Santa Fe Police Department
gjgurule@ci.santa-fe.nm.us<mailto:gjgurule@ci.santa-fe.nm.us>
Cell: 505-470-8917
Office: 505-955-5009

sfpd.ipra@ci.santa-fe.nm.us

From: Muckrock Staff

Hello Mr. Gurule,

Thank you so much for the direction. We'll resend the request appropriately.

Have a lovely afternoon,
Beryl Lipton

From: Muckrock Staff

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act, I hereby request the following documents:

1) The names of agencies and organizations with which the Agency shares Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) data;
2) The names of agencies and organizations from which the Agency receives ALPR data;
3) The names of agencies and organizations with which the Agency shares “hot list” information;
4) The names of agencies and organizations from which the Agency receives “hot list” information;

This information is easily available within the Agency’s LEARN system. The simplest way to extract this data is to generate an “Agency Data Sharing Report” PDF file from within LEARN. To do this, a user may simply go to the “Sharing” section of LEARN and select “Output Report.” A CSV/XLS file containing these records would also satisfy this request.

The instructions for extracting this data is described on pages 62-63 of the LEARN Agency Manager Guide, which may be found at this link:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3860685-LEARN-5-1-Agency-Manager-Guide.html

An example of this record may be found at this link:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3936113-Palos-Verdes-Estates-Police-Department-Data.html

A number of other agencies have regularly determined the above information constitutes a public record and have provided an “Agency Data Sharing Report.” These agencies include:

Anaheim Police Department, Antioch Police Department, Bakersfield Police Department Chino Police Department, Clovis Police Department, Elk Grove Police Department, Fontana Police Department, Fountain Valley Police Department, Glendora Police Department, Hawthorne Police Department, Irvine Police Department, Livermore Police Department, Lodi Police Department, Long Beach Police Department, Montebello Police Department, Orange Police Department, Palos Verdes Estates Police Department, Red Bluff Police Department ,Sacramento Police Department, San Bernardino Police Department, San Diego Police Department, San Rafael Police Department, San Ramon Police Department, Simi Valley Police Department, and the Tulare Police Department.

We further request the following records

The aggregate number of “detections” (i.e. license plate scans and associated data) collected during 2016.
The aggregate number of detections collected during 2017.
The aggregate number of “hits” (i.e. times that a plate on a hotlist was detected) during 2016.
The aggregate number of “hits” during 2017.

This information is easily available within the Agency’s LEARN system. The simplest way to extract this data is to generate a “Dashboard Hit Ratio Report” PDF file from within LEARN. We would prefer the data for each year to be provided separately.

An example of this document may be found at: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3870802-Sacramento-PD-Hit-Ratio-Rpt-010112-051917-Redacted.html

The instructions for extracting this data is described on pages 78-79 of the LEARN Agency Manager Guide, which may be found at this link:
https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3860685-LEARN-5-1-Agency-Manager-Guide.html

The following agencies have regularly determined the above information constitutes a public record and have provided an “Dashboard Hit Ratio Report.” These agencies include:

Anaheim Police Department; Bakersfield Police Department; Chino Police Department; Clovis Police Department; Elk Grove Police Department; Fontana Police Department; Irvine Police Department; La Habra Police Department; Laguna Beach Police Department; Lodi Police Department; Sacramento Police Department; San Diego Police Department; San Ramon Police Department; and the Red Bluff Police Department.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 15 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Dave Maass

From: Santa Fe Police Department

Hi I have already returned our response to a Mr. Maass who works with your agency. We don’t use that type of equipment here at SFPD..

From: Dave Maass

Thank you for the quick response. While SFPD may not use Vigilant Solutions equipment, our records indicated that SFPD has a Vigilant Solutions LEARN account that it uses to access ALPR data from other jurisdictions. Therefore, you would still be able to export the data sharing data, however the detection/hits would not be relevant.

From: Santa Fe Police Department

February 21, 2018

Dave Maass/Beryl Lipton
requests@muckrock.com<mailto:requests@muckrock.com>

Sirs,

This letter is in response to your IPRA we received on February 17, 2018 and again on February 21, 2018 for records related to ALPR data. I checked with my Captain in Investigations and he assured me we do not use this system.

We believe you may have mis-interpreted the documents you have regarding the LEARN account as all the other departments listed in your request are from California. The SFPD that may be on your list could be the San Francisco Police Department, not the Santa Fe New Mexico Police Department.

Thank you,
Greg Gurulé
Greg Gurulé
SFPD PIO/IPRA Custodian

Greg Gurulé
PIO/IPRA Custodian Santa Fe Police Department
gjgurule@ci.santa-fe.nm.us<mailto:gjgurule@ci.santa-fe.nm.us>
Cell: 505-470-8917
Office: 505-955-5009

sfpd.ipra@ci.santa-fe.nm.us

From: Dave Maass

With all due respect, the documents we are looking at clearly say "Santa Fe Police Department," not "SFPD" or anything like that. Please see page 10 of this attachment. If you believe this could be referencing another Santa Fe Police Department, please let me know.

  • Simi20Valley20Police20Department_Data_Sharing_Report_02-22-18.pdf

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