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How to buy tactical robots

Download this Police1 tactical robots buying guide to learn key steps for product selection, purchasing and implementation

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Law enforcement performance has long been enhanced by technology. Wired, radio-controlled and semi-autonomous robots offer one more set of tools officers can use to stay safe while actively working a scene.

Robots allow officers to see what they cannot visualize with their own eyes, go places they cannot safely physically access and manipulate objects that could instantly kill.

Robots can be deployed for assistance with bomb threats, hostage or active shooter situations, search and rescue, correctional facility security, critical infrastructure security and so much more.

This Police1 guide provides information on what law enforcement agencies need to consider when evaluating robots and determining how to integrate this technology into their equipment cache.

Included in this guide:

  • Key considerations before purchasing
  • Questions to ask vendors

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