More cities using technology to tackle crime


By Matt Hamblen and Patrick Thibodeau
ComputerWorld

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — An increasing number of U.S. cities are putting mobile and wireless technologies on the street — literally — in order to help deter criminals and identify tax and parking ticket scofflaws.

In an increasing number of U.S. cities, ramping up crime-fighting efforts is no longer just a case of putting more feet on the street. They're also putting mobile and wireless technologies on the street - literally — in order to help deter criminals and identify scofflaws.

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