Why state and local law enforcement needs legal authority from Congress to counteract dangerous drones

October 10th 2021  Read on police1.com →

"In the past 10 months, the Fort Wayne (Indiana) Police Department has written 22 city ordinance violations for drones flying in the City of Fort Wayne’s downtown aerial district. While your own department has likely also seen incidents rise, what you may not know is that four federal agencies currently hold all legal authority to mitigate dangerous drones..."

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