Three innovations that will improve policing in 2021 and beyond

Police in traffic stop

Policing always requires innovation and change, with the increasing population and different ways for crimes to be committed, law enforcement agencies always have an uphill battle to combat crime. These three innovations will not only improve how police operate in your local area but how they catch criminal activity and make your community a safer place to live. 

Sunnydale Police, CA, USA

Drones

Drones have taken the world by storm over the past number of years, with personal drones becoming more affordable than ever. Commercial drones have the ability to be used for a wide range of purposes. Drones can be used for search and rescue, or for locating missing persons and animals. They are often used to find lost hikers and elderly people who wander away from their homes. Drone rescues are becoming more and more common each year. They are particularly useful at night when fitted with thermal cameras that pick up heat signatures. It makes it not only easier for emergency services but much quicker in their pursuit of locating whilst using less manpower.

GPS Trackers

GPS trackers have long been used to track important items and keep planes and ships in constant communication with local authorities of their location. GPS trackers are now being used as specialised devices that are shot and attached to vehicles and boats in police chases. This not only gives the local authorities a constant update on their location but allows the police to back off if the chase is putting the public at risk whilst not losing track of the criminals. It is this type of innovation that is not only helping the police catch criminals but equally improving public safety, which is now more than ever at the forefront of policing.

Mobile Incinerators

Incineration is a way of destroying items that need to be taken off the street in a quick, safe and effective manner. This can include controlled drugs, narcotics, weapons, bushmeat and any other items that can lead to organised crime. The huge advantage of mobile incinerators is that can be moved from site to site with ease and have little to no set-up time. This allows police to quickly and effectively destroy waste at the source and limits the chances of any contraband getting back onto the streets. Mobile incinerators can come in a wide range of designs and can be suitable for any type of waste and they can be mounted to trailers specific to your country of origin. With more controlled drugs, narcotics, weapons and bushmeat on the streets it is crucial that incineration becomes the standard practise in every law enforcement agency.

To find out more about mobile incinerators and if they will help your police force contact the Inciner8 team today on +44 (0) 1704 884020 or visit our website.

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