A new scheme will allow police to talk directly to criminals over a public address system – from the sky using drones.
‘Spy-in-the-sky’ cameras allows officers to identify and address drug addicts and people boozing in public spaces.
The pilot scheme was unveiled by the Mayor of San Diego in Chile.
During a simulation, the camera operator identifies someone misbehaving and the Mayor tells them through the park’s PA system to move on or face the consequences.
Mayor Joaquin Lavin is seen speaking into the system with his voice echoing in the background as he says: “To the person who is drinking alcohol, the one in the blue shirt, I ask you to leave.
“If you do not leave, in five minutes more police