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Department of Natural Resources increases use of radar, cameras to take on poaching

SALISBURY — To better monitor the Chesapeake Bay and reduce poaching, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources is moving toward enhanced and increased surveillance.

Later this year, the Maritime Law Enforcement Information Network is scheduled to go online. The network, which will consist of camera and radar units, is part of an initiative to upgrade the Maryland Natural Resources Police’s fleets.

“This will give us 24/7 surveillance of areas in the Chesapeake and it provides us with information about what’s going on out in maritime waters,” said Lt. Art Windemuth, NRP spokesman. “It allows us to better protect our maritime structure that is so vital to the state’s economic success.”

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