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Supervisors Approve New Equipment for Sheriff

The Nevada County Board of Supervisors has approved money for some new equipment for the Sheriff’s Department. It’s called a CLETS switch, which stands for California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System. Sheriff Keith Royal says its software that allows law enforcement and other agencies to access all kinds of different information…

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Royal says Nevada City Police, the District Attorney, and the courts and probation departments also use the system. Royal says the old one was outdated…

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Royal says the new system needs to be ordered, and should be in place in several weeks. The Board approved over 277-thousand dollars in funding for a period of five years.


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