Eyes wide open

Jackson, Donny
October 2011
Urgent Communications;Oct2011, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the emergence of new tools that help U.S. law-enforcement officers be safer and improve the way they do their jobs. One of them is mobile data terminals used in police cars that can access databases to find out whether a vehicle was involved in previous violations or stolen. San Jose, California Police Chief Chris Moore adds that Global Positioning System (GPS) technology allows public-safety agencies detect the location of a vehicle and people associated with it.


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