• 06/24/2024

    Experiencing an Emergency? Sit Tight, A Drone Will By to Confirm

    June 1, 2024
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    The City of Denver has rerouted $89M in Police and Fire funding to deal with the migrant problem they created, and now, ostensibly as a result, the Denver Police Department is getting creative with the definition of “policing.”

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    According to the Daily Mail, the department “…launched a new program that will include the use of drones as a tool to help officers respond to 911 calls.”

    The surveillance state is escalating, but don’t worry — it’s not like the drone is going to replace a police response to your call. 

    “'We would never simply replace calls-for-service response by police officers,’ Phil Gonshak, director of the department’s Strategic Initiatives Bureau told The Denver Post.”

    No, they’re just going to verify your claims before sending an officer. 

    Gonshak continued, “‘The DPD would respond to any call for service where someone is physically requesting a police officer on scene. But if there was a fight at Colfax and Cherokee and we put a drone in the air and there is no fight and nothing causing traffic issues, then we would reroute our police officers to other emergent calls.’”

    Police response times in Denver average over 11.9 minutes (2019), and now they’ll be delayed further while they consult the drone footage to decide if your emergency is worthy of response. 

    As we reported last week, Denver is one of the least safe urban areas in the nation — safer than only 1% of US cities. 

    Also, the government is actively trying to disarm you so that you’re reliant upon the police response for personal defense. 

    Stay safe, Denver. 

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    Ashe Epp

    Ashe Epp is a local writer and a Colorado Free Press contributor. You can find more from Ashe at linktr.ee/asheinamerica.
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