This mobile operations center was designed and manufactured for Las Cruces Police Department, NM and includes a PTZ night vision camera mounted to a telescopic pole and 4- 500 watt telescopic scene lights.
This 42- foot ops center has 2 electrically operated slideouts that provide additional interior space.
The conference room comfortably fits 13 first responders thanks to the slideout in the bench area.
The 5th wheel portion of the trailer includes a large storage area and is accessible from the exterior and the conference room.
The wire chase management system provides easy maintenance and access for addition cabling needs.
A total of 7 workstations with two located in the electric slideout.
The Mobile Operations Center (MOC) for the Las Cruces Police Department (LCPD) in New Mexico is ready for quick deployment and is equipped with a video camera system and communications equipment which allows LCPD to communicate with other law enforcement departments, emergency management agencies and other local responders.
This MOC is largely used for community outreach and support programs including Ident-A-Child and abuse prevention and reporting. One of its major functions is to deploy into neighborhoods to conduct community outreach services like sharing ideas for a safer community, discussing any law enforcement concerns, talking about police career opportunities, reporting neighborhood issues, traffic complaints and code issues.
Because of these information gathering and sharing functions, the MOC can also be referred to as a consultation vehicle.