The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama has obtained permission to operate its drone for search and rescue missions. (Selma Times Journal)

Project Lifesaver

From The Selma Times Journal: “The Alzheimer’s Outreach Group donated a drone to the Dallas County Sheriff’s Department back in July, and on Thursday everything finally came to flight.  “I’m very excited. This is huge, especially for us to have one and be the first in the state to have one given to us like this,” said Sgt. John Treherne with the sheriff’s department. “It helps us with the productivity of the Project Lifesaver program to encourage people to get on board with it.”  To see if Project LifeSaver is in your community, click here.

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