With the warmer weather here and the beginning of summer just around the corner, Brookfield Police officials are reminding drivers of the dangers associated with leaving kids and animals inside of a vehicle. On Sunday morning, it was already 72-degree outside and cloudy, but one of the K9 vehicle interiors reached 90 degrees. The rear windows were down and the front windows were partially opened. The Police K9 was not inside the car. All of those vehicles are equipped with special heat monitoring technology, which notifies the handler via text message if the car gets too warm. The technology also activates the vehicles lights/sirens, turns on a specially installed fan, and begins making phone calls to the handler and the dispatch center if temperature exceeds the pre-set range.