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Proposed Surveillance Technique for Police

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« on: February 16, 2010, 07:35:56 pm »

Lol..The West Midlands police put one of these 'copter '  surveilklance things up the other day and had to ground it because they didn't have LA authorisation
Except it was Merseyside police ... and the authorization required is Civial Aviation Authority, not local government ... As Nelson Muntz would say, "Har har".

There are perfectly good reasons why flying objects in the vicinity of people, buildings and air traffic lanes should require proper authorization. And ignorance of the law is no excuse, not even for police officers. I don't understand why the Chief Constable of Merseyside Police isn't doing time for allowing a criminal breach of the Air Navigation orders.
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