Sunday, May 3, 2009

How Amateur Radio Can Help Police Department

As we first reported last February, the Indianapolis Metro Police Department has cracked down on road officers using Amateur Radios without a license. This comes following a complaint filed with the FCC by a local ham.

As a result, the Indianapolis Police Chief ordered all illegal radios removed from police cars until the officers became licensed radio hams. That forced dozens of Metro officers to race off to the nearest Amateur Radio book store.

Full story here

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