NJ County Upgrades “Primitive” Cop Communications

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Camden County, N.J., will spend $344,000 for a backup communications system for 950 law enforcement cars, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. VHF radios – considered a temporary fix to a larger problem – will be installed in every police, sheriff’s, and prosecutor’s vehicle in the next six weeks. Since 2002, the county’s 911 radio system has
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