CAFA TACTICAL COMMANDS FOR POLICEadmin2019-11-11T12:51:58+00:00
CAFA TACTICAL COMMANDS FOR POLICE
CAFA TACTICAL COMMANDS system will support Police as follows:
Geotagged Information + Photos + Objects can be entered instantly in the field
Allows to quickly and securely exchange information (suspects and cars photos etc.)
Operational Map gives the visual overview of Operation Area
Provides the locations of police officers via GPS (accuracy 10-15m) and location based Tasks
Drone and smartphone cameras video stream is available for all officers
CHAT for quick communication
CAFA C2 works in field conditions on smart phones and tablet devices
Grid converter for Police, Rescue or Military joint operations (MGRS, Lat/Lon; N/E)
CAFA TACTICAL COMMANDS WORKS IN THE FIELD ON SMART PHONES, TABLET DEVICES AND COMPUTER
CAFA TACTICAL COMMANDS IS SECURED AND 2 STEP SYSTEM
A secure environment for the exchange of information in field conditions (data is encrypted)
POLICE STATION VIEW
In the office/police station view, the operation can be controlled on desktop
Case study – Police operation
Tallinn, Estonia. 17th of July 2017
11.00AM call to emergency number 112: On the Kopli street one man attacked and wounded 2 security guards who were searching a derelict house. The perpetrator ran away.
11.12AM Police Patrol arrived at the scene.
11.20 Police operation „Net“ begins with a coordinated area search (ca 2km x 5km area, many streets, cars, people etc).
Police uses CAFA Command and plans search areas for patrols and SWAT teams. All officers can see locations of the others and searched areas. The Operation is coordinated by the Command Center.
11.35 Police drone takes off and starts to stream live video and takes photos of areas of interest (i.e. scene and area “seizure”).
Drone camera live stream is visible to field officers and the Command Center.
11.50 Command Center finds a suspicious car 2km away from the scene of the crime.
They mark the location to the CAFA Map and send one SWAT team to search the exact location.
Drone takes photos of the car and adds GeoTagged photos to the CAFA Map. In addition, it streams a video feed.
11.55 SWAT team members see drone live video and photos of the car in CAFA Command.
12.00 SWAT team searches the car and detains a 40 year old man. They take a photo of the man and enter the photo to the CAFA system.
Criminal Police officers see the photo in CAFA and show the photo to wounded security guards who identify the man as the shooter