NYPD gets child exploitation tracking software


"Eventually, this will be a world-wide thing. It's really invaluable."

By ANGELA MONTEFINISE
The New York Post

NEW YORK — The NYPD plans to sign a $542,000 deal with Microsoft to bring the software company's highly touted Child Exploitation Tracking System to the city.

The CETS technology - which was launched in Toronto in 2004 but is not yet in the United States - connects law-enforcement agencies across the world, allowing police to share information to help nab child predators, particularly those who prey online.

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