Indianapolis Latest City To Launch Real-Time Crime Data Center


Indianapolis has started a new crime-fighting technology center that officials say will aid police investigations and provide real-time crime analysis for the public, the Indianapolis Star reports. The Real-Time Data Center will be able to provide information on crimes instantaneously to patrol officers and detectives on the street. “This is not a static computer bank,” said Mayor Joe Hogsett, “but rather an organic, ever-changing system looking at crime using the latest technology and helping our officers be more proactive than ever before.” The center is part of Hogsett’s and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Chief Troy Riggs’ crime plan for their first 100 days in office, which is heavily focused on neighborhood policing and data collection.

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