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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Queensland police are set to be armed with new high-tech cameras and a fleet of drones with night vision to crack down on reckless drivers

    Queensland police are set to be armed with new high-tech cameras and a fleet of drones with night vision to crack down on reckless drivers


    Officers will also be able to deploy covert cameras in a bid to clamp down on speeding and mass gatherings of drivers acting unlawfully.

    Sate Police Minister Mark Ryan says the equipment will generate high-resolution images allowing police to identify each vehicle.

    Mr Ryan also says existing laws will be changed to stop drivers avoiding prosecution by denying they were behind the wheel.

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