By educating the community on crime prevention techniques and by getting citizens involved in crime prevention activities such as neighborhood watch, we can reduce the number of crimes in Niagara Falls and increase the quality of life for its citizens.
High Tech Simulator for NFPD
Former Niagara Falls Police Superintendant John Chella was very happy with the help recieved from Francine DelMonte. DelMonte secured a $50,000 grant and the Niagara Falls police are about to get a high tech, state of the art training simulator that police say will make them and the public safer.
The PRISim simulator from Advanced Interactive Systems will replace a similar firearms training system that broke down years ago.
This similator is the most advanced one ever developed according to Evans who is a former Oklahoma lawman and now trainer of the system. Evans said,” It allows officers to (run through) full use of force decision making. We’re going to have them solve problems by moving through (all their options) voice commands, OC spray, Taser and deadly force.”
The whole idea of this is to get the guys in here, in a safe environment and teach them how to make good decisions.
This makes the public safer, the officer safer and the agency safer!