London law enforcement agencies are also considering the use of drones to chase suspects

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London law enforcement agencies are also considering the use of drones to chase suspects

 UAVhas been in the consumer / professional field has been widely used, butit is expected to become an efficient global law enforcement tools.Last year, when North Dakota became the first nation to allow the UAV tocarry payload "non-lethal" in the state; in Japan, police also eye foran eye to use drone strikes "rogue users." Now, the London lawenforcement agencies are also considering the use of drones to hunt forsuspects.DeputyCommissioner Craig Mackey said two suspected vehicles (especiallymotorcycles) increase in crime of robbery, but due to the risk oflooking for the police faced with the dilemma difficult to contain thesituation. 12 months in the past, Camden and Islington took place withinthe jurisdiction of some 3,000 cases involving such offenses phone.

"Evening"(The Evening Standard) cites two different cases, the suspect in thecase when driving a lightweight motorcycle collision killed. Mackeynoted, looking for a vehicle to drive two desperadoes is not wrong, butthe police must be public safety into account.
UAVscan be used for hunting action two or four vehicles, the British chiefof police and the Steering Group of the Committee for Scientific andTechnological Applications Center is currently being discussed.
Aviationexpert Julian Bray said police drones can replace similar scene byhelicopter, which cost in the auxiliary support ground forces to benefita lot.