Crime-Fighting Drones’ Secrets

State-of-the-heart drones will be utilized by the Royal Police Force of Antigua and BArbuda (RPFAB) to combat crime, according to the Deputy Commissioner of the RPFAB, Everton Jeffers. The unmanned aerial vehicle was donated  by calypsonian the Mighty Leopard represented by Bobby Reis, an individual known for donating to government and non-government organisations.


He said, “We want to use our technology here, and this piece of equipment to help us fight crime.” In the handing over ceremony Reis said, “As technology increases our police force needs to keep up with the times.” It is unknown when the drones will be put into operation.


Drones that are fitted with thermal sensor features are used for search and rescue operations after disasters, pinpointing the number of unidentified subjects in an area earmarked for a police raid, locating hot-spots from fires that are not obvious to the human eye within buildings, surveillance and border control and identifying indoor locations of green houses where illegal substances are grown.


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