REPORT: Police in US city to patrol with drones during coronavirus lockdown
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A Southern California police department will use drones to monitor the community amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Located south of San Diego, the Chula Vista Police Department has invested in two drones that cost $11,000 each and plan to fit the devices with speakers and night vision cameras after last week Governor Gavin Newsom ordered residents to stay at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The article goes on to state the following:
Police attending the scenes of crimes are having to risk their health by getting into close contact with people involved in an incident but the drones – which will join two previously purchased from Chinese company DJI – would give cops an extra pair of eyes from afar.
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