Ga. town approves police MDT purchase

The Adairsville Police Department is set to become more efficient and potentially more effective after receiving approval to purchase mobile data terminals for its patrol vehicles


By Jason Lowrey
The Daily Tribune News

ADAIRSVILLE, Ga. — The Adairsville Police Department is set to become more efficient and potentially more effective after receiving approval to purchase mobile data terminals for its patrol vehicles. The terminals are an array of laptops and associated equipment that, once installed in the vehicles, will allow officers to spend more time in the field.

As approved by the Adairsville City Council during its Thursday night meeting, the purchase may not exceed $18,000, which will come from the department’s confiscated drug funds.

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