Englewood’s police radio transmissions will be encrypted by year’s end, department says

Glendale Cherry Creek Chronicle: Englewood’s police department is planning to encrypt all radio transmissions by the end of the year, according to a letter sent by police Commander Vance Fender to Chief John Collins in September.

Upgrading the department’s communication technologies was already on the docket for the city and is not expected to cost more than the $42,000 quoted for the project. This cost is the same as it would be to upgrade the technology without encryption, Vance admits in the letter.

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