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San Diego Police Get New Technology with Help from Qualcomm

November 14, 2008  | 

Part of the money is being used to pay for 400 PDAs, or personal digital assistants, for officers. The other upgrade is an Automated Vehicle Locator system, enabling dispatchers to immediately find every police patrol unit in service.

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jom189 @ 11/14/2008 5:22 PM

These GPS units are also known as "Sgt In the Trunk". Absolutely no need for them unless supervision wants to know where people are hanging out or sleeping on graveyards.

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