Local law enforcement will soon have in-car laptops
Local law enforcement will soon be carrying something more than 9 millimeters and handcuffs.
As early as this fall, city and county law enforcement officers will be equipped with in-car laptops. The laptops — also referred to by police as mobile data terminals — will be located in the passenger seat of police vehicles, and software called Tac 10 will be installed on them.
“It’s cutting edge software,” Creston Police Chief Paul Ver Meer said of Tac 10. “It’s being used currently by Warren, Johnson and Washington counties. We’ve went on site visits to some of those agencies to see how it works and everyone we spoke with said — after the initial learning curve — Tac 10 works exceedingly well for their agency.”
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