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Police rescue woman with Night Optical Thermal Imaging Camera

Amherst Police Department used their new thermal imaging camera which was donated to them only two weeks ago to find and disarm a woman. She was found lurking in the street of the city at night with a gun in her hand.

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This thermal imaging camera which they used is called Night Optical Thermal Imaging Camera or NOPTIC). One police officer admitted that this technology was a huge advantage for them.

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At a press conference, the police explained how the camera, mounted on the police car captures thermal images which they viewed on a small screen inside the car. The NOPTIC tells heat difference within 2 or 3 degrees, meaning they can locate a gun that has recently been fired or a recently used car.

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Source: chronicle.northcoastnow.com

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Filed under: News | Posted on July 25th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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