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first_imgRead the letter from Cook and Lucas at www.columbian.com/documents.Citing concerns about the software’s capability and potential conflicts with state laws, Vancouver Police Chief Cliff Cook and Clark County Sheriff Garry Lucas wrote a joint letter Monday to David Madore, telling him they have “serious reservations” about being involved with his FastNav school safety program.FastNav is a Web-based navigation software system, originally developed by Vancouver police Officer Rey Reynolds, to help police officers respond to bomb threats, shootings and terrorist attacks at schools.FastNav was designed by Reynolds to be an improvement on the current state-adopted Rapid Responder system, which has many of the same features and information, but which Reynolds has said is too clunky for patrol officers to use. Madore, owner of US Digital, stepped in with $1 million to back Reynolds and two other co-founders.The plan had been to install the service for a free trial in Clark County schools, in cooperation with the school districts and public safety.And though the system has been knocked by the top two officials in public safety, Madore said it won’t be the end of the road for FastNav — if they can’t launch here, they’ll look in Oregon or as far as they have to so they can launch their product.last_img read more