RoboCop joins California police department to help officer maintain public safety


In a statement, Huntington Park Mayor Karina Macias said: “I’m very excited that we can officially call on HP RoboCop to help our police officers patrol our city. This is a big accomplishment for our city and…can’t wait to see the public safety benefits it will bring to our community. ”

On the other hand, City Manager Ricardo Reyes commented that the autonomous data machine has “extremely impressive” features including its microphone and mobility to deter criminal activity and monitor large spaces.

Meanwhile, Police Chief Cosme Lozan stated, “The police department is proud to welcome HP RoboCop as an official member of the police force,. The extra help will definitely give the officers more time to focus on other community issues. I am confident he will fit right in.”