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Expansion of NYPD Real Time Crime Center
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly announce the expansion of the NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center. The expansion of the Center’s capabilities follows the Mayor’s announcement in his State of the City Address in which he pledged to enhance the Center’s resources to include serious crimes other than murders and shootings.  The Real Time Crime Center, which first opened in July 2005, conducts rapid analysis of homicides and shootings citywide in order to provide a real-time assessment of emerging crime, crime patterns and potential criminal suspects citywide.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly announce the expansion of the NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center. The expansion of the Center’s capabilities follows the Mayor’s announcement in his State of the City Address in which he pledged to enhance the Center’s resources to include serious crimes other than murders and shootings.  The Real Time Crime Center, which first opened in July 2005, conducts rapid analysis of homicides and shootings citywide in order to provide a real-time assessment of emerging crime, crime patterns and potential criminal suspects citywide.
Mayor Bloomberg and Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly announce the expansion of the NYPD’s Real Time Crime Center. The expansion of the Center’s capabilities follows the Mayor’s announcement in his State of the City Address in which he pledged to enhance the Center’s resources to include serious crimes other than murders and shootings.  The Real Time Crime Center, which first opened in July 2005, conducts rapid analysis of homicides and shootings citywide in order to provide a real-time assessment of emerging crime, crime patterns and potential criminal suspects citywide.
 
 

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