S.C. police move into the 21st Century


The (Charleston) Post and Courier

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Police officers filing reports from their cruisers. Computers matching similarities among crimes. Wireless cameras monitoring the streets. A Web site alerting citizens to crimes in their neighborhoods.

These are just a few of the innovations Charleston Police Chief Greg Mullen hopes to bring to his department by year’s end. City Council already has approved money to fund some of the initiatives, and more plans are in the works.

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