Windham police set to add tablets to cruisers
On Monday night, the Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to accept a $34,723 bid from the Solzon Corporation, which includes the purchase and installation of seven Motion J3600 computer tablets and car mounts.
Lewis said the new communications equipment was included in a previously approved Capital Improvement Plan for police equipment upgrades.
“The idea is to purchase equipment that’s as sturdy as possible since it’s going to be out in the rain, the humidity and the sand,” Lewis said.
In March, voters approved a warrant article that allowed police to set aside $84,600 for the replacement of two-way radios and computers in the department’s cruisers. The remaining money will be used to replace mobile radios in the department’s 12-vehicle firstname.lastname@example.org
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