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Boston cops fighting crime with high-tech unit

The Real Time Crime Center is a fusion center that works with surveillance images


By Laura Crimaldi
Boston Herald

BOSTON — When shots are fired, Boston cops plan to zoom right in on the action.

Police yesterday unveiled the Real Time Crime Center that uses centralized surveillance images from Transportation Department cameras and 84 Homeland Security cameras located on the city's evacuation routes.

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