Drone as First Responder (DFR): Transformational Technology Helping to Usher in a New Era in Law Enforcement

December 13, 2022

In the United States, approximately 18,000 agencies across tribal, local, state and federal levels employ roughly 795,000 law enforcement officers and agents. Agencies around the country have turned to technology to help them become more efficient, safer, and incidentally more attractive to a newer generation of law enforcement officers. After all, airplanes and helicopters have been successfully used by law enforcement agencies as their “eye in the sky” for decades. With the evolution of drone use in public safety, the DroneSense software has evolved to support the unique needs of law enforcement and Drone as First Responder applications. While communities are increasingly embracing modern technology to help keep them safe and improve outcomes with police involvement, it’s no surprise that more and more law enforcement agencies are evaluating Drone as First Responder (DFR) programs.

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