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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1998
A new $380,000 police helicopter capable of tracking a suspect with an infrared night camera will take to the skies next month after the El Monte City Council approved its purchase. El Monte police will be the first department in the country to arm itself with the Robinson R-44, a craft capable of traveling faster than 150 mph, officials said. The department will trade in its old two-seater chopper, an R-22, as part of the deal.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1998
A new $380,000 police helicopter capable of tracking a suspect with an infrared night camera will take to the skies next month after the El Monte City Council approved its purchase. El Monte police will be the first department in the country to arm itself with the Robinson R-44, a craft capable of traveling faster than 150 mph, officials said. The department will trade in its old two-seater chopper, an R-22, as part of the deal.
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NEWS
May 16, 1993
The El Monte Police Department will spend $1.8 million on new computer equipment, including mini-computers that will be installed in about 20 police cars. The City Council approved the funding last week, which will come from money seized in drug raids. About 60 computer terminals will be installed at the station and in patrol cars over the next three years. The computers will allow dispatchers and investigators to work more efficiently, police officials said.
NEWS
May 16, 1993
The El Monte Police Department will spend $1.8 million on new computer equipment, including mini-computers that will be installed in about 20 police cars. The City Council approved the funding last week, which will come from money seized in drug raids. About 60 computer terminals will be installed at the station and in patrol cars over the next three years. The computers will allow dispatchers and investigators to work more efficiently, police officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1992
El Monte police want Mayor Patricia Wallach to get the message that her city needs more police. So, the police officers association Wednesday put up a billboard at Ramona Avenue and Stewart Street, urging residents unhappy with police service to call the mayor. The billboard lists Wallach's home phone number. The association is stalled in contract talks and seeks to add 10 police officers to the current force of 118.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1992
El Monte police want Mayor Patricia Wallach to get the message that her city needs more police. So, the police officers association Wednesday put up a billboard at Ramona Avenue and Stewart Street, urging residents unhappy with police service to call the mayor. The billboard lists Wallach's home phone number. The association is stalled in contract talks and seeks to add 10 police officers to the current force of 118.
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