New Jersey: $135G RoboCops to Reduce Crime

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The Real Time Tactical Operation Intelligence Center helps a reduced police force by providing virtual patrols using 120 cameras throughout the city.

Each camera gives a view of a city street to monitor activity.

The city has also started to use microphones called shot spotters to detect gunshots.  One third of the city is covered by the microphones.

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It allows officers to quickly respond to shooting scenes.

The Camden County Police Department says the technology is working and Chief Thomson is very proud of that.



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