Apr 202015
 
 April 20, 2015  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Frequent contributor Joe Cadillic has more on surveillance in St. Louis – a story first reported by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that was noted last week on this site.

Joe writes:

What police are telling you is, Motorola’s ‘Real Time Crime Center’ is spying on you through numerous platforms:

Real-Time Intelligence Client brings together streaming video with analytics, resource tracking, social media, voice, Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and records information onto a single, intuitive interface with geospatial mapping.

And it gets worse:

The Real-Time Intelligence Client lets analysts prepare and distribute live tactical video, recorded video clips, documents, photos and key information to your officers in the field, and to other agencies for multi-jurisdictional response. Push-a-Link and Push-a Snapshot make it easy to distribute video and photos to dispatched units. Real-time analytics monitor video streams and detect user-defined events of interest – to improve response times by alerting RIC operators to crowd formations, dropped bags and other suspicious behavior as it occurs.

Read more on MassPrivateI.

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