Every Baltimore patrol officer to get a BlackBerry


By Justin Fenton
Baltimore Sun

BALTIMORE —

The Baltimore Police Department plans to equip more than 2,000 officers with sophisticated smart phones allowing them to check warrants, retrieve driver's license photos and conduct background checks on hand-held devices, an initiative designed to get police out of patrol cars and walking the beat.

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