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London politiebaas wants cars to be able to leave braking

London politiebaas wants cars to be able to leave braking

The boss of the British Metropolitan Police, the London police, would like cars at a distance can leave the vehicle.

That answers the London politiebaas Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe on questions of a local UKIP politician, who asked whether drones could be used for car thieves to follow, reports The Register.

“In the ideal scenario we would have a device that we cars had to slow down,” said Hogan-Howe. “It might sound far-fetched but this kind of things can be developed, especially now that cars are increasingly electronic and driven. That would be for me a fantastic opportunity to secure the car to slow down.”

Hogan-Howe said further that the London police currently do not have drones, because drones that are suitable for large scale policing.

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