Apparently drones have a similarity to guns: In the hands of a crook, they are a threat. When law enforcement officers utilize them, they are a significant tool.
That’s according to a report from the international police agency INTERPOL, which looked at drone technology at its recent Global Complex for Innovation conference in Singapore.
Nearly 100 experts from law enforcement, academia and private industry assembled to demonstrate for officers how drones “can at the same time be a threat, particularly for critical infrastructure, a tool, and source of evidence for police worldwide.”
“The impact of drones on law enforcement activities around the world continues to increase,” said Steve Watson of VTO Labs. “Daily,