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Mobile camera will back up NM SWAT officers

In addition to the four cameras, which can be controlled remotely, the new APD trailer is equipped with solar panels and a diesel engine


By Jeff Proctor
Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE — Albuquerque police officials on Monday rolled out a mobile camera system that will give them a bird's-eye view of lengthy SWAT situations, the Downtown bar scene and property criminals in the act.

It comes in the form of a metal, two-wheeled trailer equipped with a 30-foot extendable boom that holds four cameras.

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