Berlin Police Department launches new wireless communication network

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The Police Department in Berlin (New Hampshire) has recently launched a wireless communication network.

The network allows the police department to transmit and receive data from wireless Internet points around the city. Police Chief Peter Morency says the department’s dispatch will be able to send any information, including pictures and video, to officers on the road.

He says the network will help police monitor the hospital, schools, city hall, power plants and other key parts of Berlin.

The equipment for the wireless network was bought using a Homeland Security Grant the police department received.

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