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Virtual Police will ask more people to self-report, self-arrest

April 1. New remote policing software is expected to save the Town between $1 million and $1.2 million in the new fiscal year which begins July 1. The virtual positions will pay $40 an hour to start, with retirees and layabouts the most likely to be hired.

“Virtual policing is where the future of law enforcement is headed,” said Town Commissioner Bernard M. Adoff.

The rapidly changing nature of information and crime technologies suggests that as soon as new hardware, software or other applications are introduced, they can be exploited by law enforcement in some form or fashion, such that good will prevail even via a 3-D printer.

The town is currently hiring virtual police officers with a strong work ethic, punctuality, professionalism, and exceptional customer service skills. Apply.