Chino Police Department: Real-Time Crime Center
|Agency||Chino Police Department|
|Technology||Real-Time Crime Center|
The Chino Police Department opened its real-time crime center in 2019 for around $370,000. The RTCC staff have access to a public camera network, some private and business cameras, and automated license plate readers, which they monitor live on a wall of 10 55-inch screens.
More about this technology
Real-Time Crime Centers are hubs where police ingest and analyze surveillance, intelligence, and data from a number of sources in real-time. RTCCs are often equipped with walls of monitors with live feeds from camera networks. Analysts are often able to access a wide variety of surveillance technologies, including automated license plate readers, gunshot detection, predictive policing, and face recognition. Unlike fusion centers, RTCCs tend to be focused on local level activities and a broader range of criminal investigations.