Can You Afford Your Car Payment Every Month?

January 19, 2021

The OPS National Law Enforcement and Community Policing Integrated Network was developed to connect all communities with their law enforcement agencies 24/7, while connecting all law enforcement agencies with each other real-time, sharing resources and expertise. At the same time, law enforcement gains access to endless tools to assist them with more efficient management while streamlining operations and reducing budgets. All resulting in improved public safety. 

All of the above equals to a complete transformation of 21st century policing. Connection, efficiency, transparency, and community partnership are just some of the wonderful benefits that all communities receive when they take part in the OPS Network initiative.

So, the logical question would be, what does something as cutting edge as the OPS Network cost the taxpayers of each community? It has to be 30k, 40K, 50K or more per year, right?

Connection, efficiency, transparency, and community partnership are the wonderful benefits communities receive with the OPS Network initiative. 

Well, in most cases, the answer would be yes, but the OPS Network is different. As a true law enforcement and community partnership project, the OPS Network was developed to be accessible for ALL agencies and communities, regardless of budgetary restraints.

Unlike other large scale software applications, the OPS Network was developed by law enforcement and community members for law enforcement and community members, not by Silicon Valley. Each community and agency support the network financially with the minimal investment needed to support the global network. This combined support allows everyone to share in supporting the network, keeping individual community investment low.

So, can your entire community afford to split a single car payment to drastically transform public safety? The better question is, can it afford not to?

The OPS Network support structure is based on “Agency Level”, which is based on jurisdictional size. With that said, the average total support investment per community, is less than what the average single person pays for a monthly car payment.

So, can your entire community afford to split a single car payment to drastically transform public safety? The better question is, can it afford not to?

Contact your local law enforcement agency and ask them if they are taking part in the OPS Network Law Enforcement and Community Policing Integrated Network – Partnership Initiative. If they are not, tell them you would like them to explore joining the growing number of communities around the region, and become an OPS Network Partner Agency and Community today.

For more information about the OPS National Law Enforcement and Community Policing Integrated Network, visit www.opspolice.com.