Road safety • Expand use of drones by police
The Straits Times|January 26, 2022
A Singapore Police Force drone. Drones could provide live footage of an accident site to the police, Singapore Civil Defence Force and ambulance service, says the writer.
Chua Boon Hou

The use of drones in the Singapore Police Force should be expanded, especially to aid the Traffic Police (New police drones provide boost to ops, Jan 24).

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