Earlier this week, members of the Wheeling Moose Lodge presented police in Wheeling, W. Va. with a new tool to help track online predators. The “Cop in a Box” contains various hardware and software programs, in addition to a monitor and printer.
According to Wheeling Police Chief Shawn Schwertfeger, the new tools will bolster education and enforcement efforts for local and regional task forces.
“Now they can actually go out into the field and do things that they were not able to do in the past,” said Randy Smith of the Safe Surfin’ Foundation, who provided the equipment. “It kept them at their desk now they can be free to work from different locations.”
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by Tactical-Life / Dec 20, 2013