Radio Communications To NYC Subway Cops 4 Years Behind

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For a decade, New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been working to correct a major hindrance to police work in subways: a radio network that keeps transit officers underground from talking with officers patrolling the streets above, says the New York Times. The goal was to replace an antiquated system with a network that would
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