Randolph Co. Sheriff hopes new equipment increases efficiency

Vehicles to have new computer reporting systems

By Logan Whaley

RANDOLPH COUNTY, Ark. (KAIT) -The Randolph County Sheriff’s Department hopes to improve efficiency in the office, installing new systems in each car.

Each of the 14 patrol vehicles will have new computer e-cite and e-report systems.

The department received $52,000 from the State Highway Police Safety Office to upgrade equipment and implement software.

Sheriff Kevin Bell says what normally took officers 15-to-30 minutes to do can now be done in as little as one minute.

“The less time that it takes to do the paperwork, the safer it is for the officers on the street,” Bell said. “[The] less time spent doing paperwork, more time spent patrolling — actually patrolling — and solving crimes.” READ MORE.

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