DAYTON, Ohio (08/27/08) – Sinclair Community College Police Department recently installed a MOTOMESH System in all of its squad cars. The first of its kind in Ohio, the municipal wireless network and video surveillance system allows the department to quickly download video of crimes into the cars.
The MOTOMESH network provides public safety users with wireless broadband access to critical applications and live video surveillance feeds using Motorola Mobile Video Sharing.
“Sinclair Police Department officials now have access to real-time information to help prevent situations from occurring or escalating. The ability to share critical data with other first responders, security, and operations agencies further enables quick and effective response to situations,” said Sinclair Police Chief Chuck Gift.
Sinclair worked with local service provider, P & R Communications Services, to install the new system. P & R provides consultative, comprehensive wireless solutions for the Dayton area.
Sinclair is the first college in Ohio to use the mobile MOTOMESH system.
Natasha Baker, APR
Director of Public Relations