GURGAON: The Gurgaon police have purchased an " Emergency Service Vehicle" loaded with modern gadgets for Rs 30 lakh. The vehicle is temporarily stationed in Gurgaon and similar ones would soon be there in all the districts of Haryana.
Fifteen cops are at present undergoing training to operate the new technologies installed in the vehicle. The city police had recently bought a new crane machine. According to a senior police, the vehicle would be very helpful during any kind of disaster and in tackling an unruly mob. The vehicle has a multi-function CCTV control keyboard, outdoor high speed LCD monitor with a 20-foot hydraulic jack. Six halogen lights are fixed on top of the jack with moving cameras operated by trained computer personnel in the vehicle. The spycam can take pictures and record videos on the spot. The vehicle is also fitted with a 1 KV generator.
"The vehicle is equipped with a drill machine, three cutter machines powerful enough to cut stones and trees. It also has a tool kit and uniforms for the specially trained employees. There is an LCD monitor inside the vehicle too, said the senior cop.
"Fifteen Inspector and Sub Inspector-rank officers have been trained to operate the vehicle. During a mishap, the vehicle and the trained officers would be better able to handle the situation and help the victims. The CCTV cameras fitted have high resolution and are quite effective," said Dr Rao Abhay Singh, DCP (west).