DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – The chief of the Dayton Police is scheduled to speak on automated license plate readers on Friday, just a few days before the Dayton City Commission will hear public comments concerning the new technology.

According to the City of Dayton website, the Dayton Police Department has suggested the use of automated license plate reader technology.

During the first two weeks of July, the Dayton City Commission was collecting public opinions on the use of this technology. Opinions were submitted by mail and filed with the clerk of commission before the deadline on July 13.

The hearing will be held at 6 p.m. on July 20 on the second floor of 101 West 3rd street in Dayton. In the days leading up to the hearing, the Dayton City Commission is collecting written opinions from the community.

Dayton Police Department Chief Afzal will speak on the license plate readers on Friday, July 15.

For more information and links to relevant documents, visit the City of Dayton website here.