Sheriff says new computers will shorten response time

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An expanded Madera County Sheriff’s Department fleet promises efficiency for officers, shorter response time for citizens and safety for both.

Unveiled during a press conference at the Sheriff’s Office, the latest technology in a Ford Crown Victoria and two F-250s included upgraded computers, tablets, radios and video technology.

Sheriff John Anderson presented the vehicles and Lt. Michael Salvador explained how each of the new components work. Salvador was charged with carrying out the Fleet Procurement Plan six years ago and Tuesday’s unveiling was the third phase of it.

The first two included equipping the patrol cars with computers and dual band radio, then programming the radios and upgrading the computer equipment and in-car video system...

 

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