Three ‘local’ police forces purchase new Sepura radios


Bedfordshire Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Hertfordshire Constabulary have refreshed their radio stock with Sepura technology.

According to the company, the three forces have purchased a total of over 1,900 SC20 handhelds to work alongside their existing fleet. The devices are ‘applications ready,’ meaning that the organisations can “develop bespoke applications to enable quick, secure access to critical data.”
Speaking of the forces’ decision, Andy Gregory, business development director at Sepura said: “After conducting trials, the response from the forces was that the SC20 benefitted from robust design, an intuitive user interface and loud audio. The sale is significant to Sepura, as Cambridgeshire are Sepura’s ‘home’ force, and many of our staff live in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire.”
Gary Maughan, the company's regional sales director for the UK and Ireland said: “Sepura radios continue to be chosen by police organisations in the UK and across Europe. We are proud to work with our local forces, ensuring that they are equipped with the best communication solution possible.”

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