May 4, 2021
TRENTON, NJ (MERCER)–This afternoon, Governor Phil Murphy toured the new “Real Time Crime Center” that’s a partnership between Trenton Police Department and the New Jersey State Police.
There has been much talk over the past year from politicians claiming the center will help reduce Trenton’s crime and homicide problem with gun shot detection and hotspot surveillance.
In a June 5, 2020 City of Trenton Press Release $4.5 million was used to establish a real-time crime, technology and intelligence center, a partnership between the Trenton Police Department and the New Jersey State Police to assist the Trenton PD in executing its public-safety strategy, including gunfire detection, video surveillance, and crime-intelligence gathering.
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