NYPD introduces new device to make city safer

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly unveiled a new criminal tracking system that will make it easier for police officers to find criminals and potential terrorists. According

THE BRONX - Police Commissioner Ray Kelly unveiled a new criminal tracking system that will make it easier for police officers to find criminals and potential terrorists. According to Commissioner Kelly, the Domain Awareness System analyzes information from cameras, license plate readers and criminal databases to pinpoint any potential threats. Police partnered with Microsoft to create the program, and Mayor Bloomberg says it's another great tool to help make New York the safest city in the nation and is a tool that can be used throughout the city's boroughs.

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