York County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Phillip Jamison demonstrates how he uses the new patrol car computers. City of York police will get similar computers in their cars soon.
York County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Phillip Jamison demonstrates how he uses the new patrol car computers. City of York police will get similar computers in their cars soon.
York County Sheriff's Deputy Sgt. Phillip Jamison demonstrates how he uses the new patrol car computers. City of York police will get similar computers in their cars soon.

Police to go high tech

October 11, 2008 11:50 PM

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