Morris Unveils Mobile Command Center
Morris County, N.J., has unveiled a new $654,000 mobile command center referred to as “the most sophisticated vehicle in the state” by county Department of Law and Public Safety director Thomas Zellman.
The vehicle lets users access state and federal radio frequencies in addition to all county police, fire, and emergency radio frequencies and the county computer system. It comes equipped with a conference room, a rooftop camera, and its own generators, though it can also be plugged into other available power sources, several of which are being built just for the vehicle.
The mobile unit can be hooked up to a local police station to enable it to communicate should it lose its radio system.
Abstracted by the National Law Enforcement and Corrections Technology Center (NLECTC) from the Daily Record (N.J.); 10/12/06 .