The Kearney is among the most educated in the region. Although central Nebraska is not known in general as a crime scene, CIS has always been vigilant in the fight against crime and technology helps them do just that. With wireless Internet, Car DVD recording, video and radar equipment, the car was improving.
Every day is a new something else. It's exciting, never boring, said manager Robin Elliott.
About the team for nine years, Elliott saw with my own eyes how the development of technology has contributed to the officers, their job better and safer, and starts all the patrol.
The computer not only to improve the ability of emergency vehicles. Crates designed FRP back, officers safe storage during transport of suspects.
If we have a topic to be open-minded on the back, you can close it could be isolated.
This can not succeed if it is not guaranteed and aggressive, for sure, said manager Elliott.
If law enforcement agencies should be more aggressive, technology has given staff a clear advantage. Pepper spray and a Glock 40 pistol in hand size of each model officer.
Now every player in the Communist Party leads a 50 thousand volt Taser, a tool that allows them more options when power is needed.
However, with all the technology available for law enforcement, Officer Elliott said the most important tool is also one of the oldest.
What is this?
Radio.(maybe in Car DVD player)
It's our lifeline, which is our way of communicating with other officers, transit, where ourlocation. It is one of the most important pieces of our equipment.