What are the main uses for drones within law enforcement?
Drones are a vital tool used to aid Law Enforcement to locate wanted subjects or suspects and assess motor vehicle accident crash scenes.
Drones can also be first on the scene to both man-made or natural disasters where a quick aerial assessment of the situation is required.
Drones equipped with a thermal camera can find missing persons over a large area in a shorter time span.
What do officers need in terms of training to be UAV/drone pilot?
The FAA has implemented specific requirements regarding a drone/UAV operator’s qualifications from training to operation. Since this is such a new industry, rules are subject to frequent change to ensure the safety of the operator and the surrounding areas.
Drone operators in Law Enforcement must err on the side of caution and make sure that all aspects of operation, from flight to photography, is done with the highest degree of safety possible. As such, individuals should be trained by competent instructors before drone equipment.
The following is a list of how drones may assist with Law Enforcement:
- Surveillance Activities
- Active Shooter Situations
- Crowd Monitoring
- Hostage Situations
- Crime and Traffic Accident Analysis
- Bomb Inspections
- Precision Delivering of Teargas During Riots
- Drug Interdictions
- Locating Missing Persons
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