DUI Mobile Command Vehicles improve transportation safety. By mobilizing your DUI task force, state, local and county agencies can effectively conduct field sobriety operations, and alcohol education programs wherever the mission demands.
A mobile booking unit allows police officers to spend less time transporting arrestees and more time in the field.
In the booking unit officers can perform any task that would be performed at a police station including fingerprinting suspects, processing paper work and video conferencing with court commissioners. Additionally, the vehicle has a mobile jail with 3 holding cells and surveillance cameras.
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Unit layout options include computer-equipped workstations, conference rooms, radio dispatch rooms, laboratories, kitchens and washrooms. Advanced technology options allow voice, video and data communications to be used in remote areas through satellite, radio and microwave systems.
Cameras inside and outside the vehicle allow for continuous monitoring and increased situational awareness.
Multiple live video feeds allow officers and suspects to communicate with off site court officials.
Voice, video and radio communications are all available from the vehicle so job functions can occur on site.
The Montana Highway Patrol explains how local communities will benefit from a Mobile DUI testing center.
NH Division of Liquor Enforcement
On January 28, 2008 the NH Division of Liquor Enforcement was awarded a grant from the NH Highway Safety Agency to purchase a DUI Mobile Command Vehicle.
The primary function of the vehicle is to assist state, local and county agencies with conducting field sobriety checkpoints throughout New Hampshire. The vehicle may also be used for events regarding alcohol education, awareness and enforcement of underage drinking laws.
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