NYPD’s Expansion Of Real Time Crime Center


    New York City – A room in One Police Plaza is allowing police to keep tabs on New York in “real time.”
    Allowing officers access to satellite images from space and images from dozens of cameras posted throughout the city, the Real Time Crime Center “has quickly become a powerful tool in our efforts to protect New Yorkers and make the safest big city in the nation even safer,” Mayor Bloomberg said at a press conference announcing the expansion of the center.
    In the not so distant future, the Police Department will have 500 more cameras to monitor, with a minimum of 50 in each of the city’s eight patrol boroughs, Commissioner Raymond Kelly said.

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