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News - February 4, 2022

Police launch interactive map of service calls

Tool comes a year after agency encrypted radio communications

by Gennady Sheyner

One year after the city of Palo Alto encrypted its police radio communications, preventing the public from tracking police activity, the police department has launched an interactive map to provide a snapshot of where officers have responded to calls within the past day.

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Bay City News Service contributed to this report. Email Staff Writer Gennady Sheyner at [email protected]

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