Dodge County squad cars get new mobile computer
The Dodge County Board approved $273,000 to outfit 35 patrol cars with mobile data computers. Go to full storty... ...
- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 24th May 2007
The Dodge County Board approved $273,000 to outfit 35 patrol cars with mobile data computers.
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