This press release just in:
"Lincolnshire Police gets a brid's eye view with GeoPerspectives aerial imagery
Leicestershire, UK, 14 August 2008 - The latest high-resolution aerial photography is set to assist Lincolnshire Police in the fight against crime and their response to major incidents. The Lincolnshire Force has taken delivery of a countywide GeoPerspectives aerial photomap, supplied by aerial survey company Bluesky. The photography is already being accessed by some users of the Force’s Intranet and work is also underway to integrate the photomap as a data layer within their geographical information system (GIS) so that the aerial photography can be viewed within the Force Command and Control System."
Which is nothing to write home about, were it not for the name of the PR sending me this:
You'll never take me alive, copper...