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Police in the city's Real Time Crime Center are tasked with the roundup using advanced technology.
The Real Time Crime Center simply gives us the ability to look at what's out there, using existing cameras, very quickly for investigative purposes.
Now Memphis has a new Real Time Crime Center that's able to pinpoint and relate crime incidents in seconds, and to predict hot spots and redeploy police officers with high efficiency.
Blue CRUSH has greatly expanded over the years and now works in tandem with MPD's Real Time Crime Center (RTCC), a $3 million state-of-the-art crime monitoring and analysis hub that opened in June 2008.
that has reduced violent crime by 57 percent since 2004; * Summer Night Lights, a partnership between the City of Los Angeles and community organizations to reclaim local parks from criminal activity and gang violence by providing safe nighttime activities; * New York City's Real Time Crime Center, a centralized police department technology center that provides officers in the field with up-to-date information as they investigate a crime scene, and uses satellite and mapping technology to identify where suspects are likely to flee; and * CeaseFire Chicago, a public health model that uses street outreach workers and "violence interrupters" to defuse conflict and prevent shooting and killings.
The NYPD Real Time Crime Center came to national prominence by leading the way for law enforcement technology in the post 9-11 world.
Critics of the proposal have expressed privacy concerns about the project, dubbed the Real Time Crime Center.
The unit also features a rotating ticker at the top of the unit that reveals interesting statistics about cities today such as: "By 2050, 70% of the world will live in cities," and "NYC's Real Time Crime Center is helping cut crime by 27%.