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Doron Driving Simulator to Train Newark Officers

April 20, 2006  | 

Doron Precision Systems' one-place 550LE driving simulation system will be used by the City of Newark’s Police Department in New Jersey in conjunction with firearms training at the agency's Firearms Training Facility.

Police Director Anthony Ambrose says of the driving simulator, “It’s an extremely beneficial and potentially life-saving training tool that provides a realistic training field in a risk-free environment. Our officers routinely travel through dense traffic en route to emergencies and this proactive training measure should reduce the risk of accidents and injuries.”

The City of Newark Police Office plans to include the simulator in a comprehensive training program for enhancing the driving skills of police officers. The 550LE provides a safe, lifelike driving environment for training on high-speed pursuits, on departmental policy, and on avoiding collisions.

The 550LE is the latest in the LE series that marks Doron’s continuous commitment toward helping law enforcement agencies train officers for on-duty driving. Trainees experience actual driving situations through greater realism in graphics and increased levels of detail in the driving environment.

Multiple 550LE units can be linked to create multi-officer and coordinated emergency response training. Also included with the 550LE are training applications for evaluating officers’ reactions to changing conditions and for evaluating driving performance. To date, Doron has delivered more than 100 police driving simulators to law enforcement agencies.

For more information visit www.doronprecision.com.

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