Nov 10, 2006

Criminals watch out! Police RVs are on the job!


Used RVs are switching from the campground to the crime scene, serving law enforcement as mobile command centers.
The Herald Online reports on a RV used by the police of Rock Hill, South Carolina, purchased through classified ads and later modified for police work.

The RV's enhancements include high-powered video cameras, wireless internet connections for laptop computers, and a locating system that tracks the location of police cars.

The mobile unit serves police functions ranging from DUI checkpoints to a command center during murder investigations.

The Rock Hill Police RV program is inspiring other law-enforcement agencies purchase their own RVs.

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