Feb 222016
 
 February 22, 2016  Surveillance, U.S.

Eric Dexheimer and Tony Plohetski report:

When Guadalupe County Precinct 3 Deputy Constable Jesse Rosales arrives to work each morning, his computer greets him with a list of people who have outstanding warrants, mostly for minor crimes like traffic offenses. In the past, finding the offenders was time-consuming, and Rosales says there were plenty of days he came up empty.

Yet unlike the old warrant lists, the ones the deputy receives today are a technological wonder. Each defendant’s name is accompanied by a picture of his vehicle; an aerial photograph pinpoints the exact location where the car was observed only hours earlier.

Read more on Austin American-Statesman.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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