Indianapolis Latest City To Launch Real-Time Crime Data Center

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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,”
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