Police, fire and rescue services to share £42k surveillance drones

21st February 2018

An aerial crime-fighting and rescue tool could save lives and public money, according to emergency service chiefs.

Two drones will be shared between the police, fire service, lowland search and rescue, four-by-four response and county council for aerial surveillance. The devices were unveiled and given a test flight at Suffolk police headquarters on Thursday.

Known as Small Unmanned Surveillance Aircraft, they were procured and funded by Suffolk Resilience Forum – a multi-agency partnership of representatives from local public services.

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