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crime-fighting

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of or relating to crime fighting
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The joint capabilities will integrate the 100% combined ESRI ArcGIS services and the advanced analytics found in GeoShield with Street Smart's data collection and frontline visualization tools to create an advanced crime-fighting solution unparalleled in the industry.
A CRIME-FIGHTING network is to give residents a bird's eye view of the crime picture in Kirklees - with support from a few real life feathered friends
Crime-fighting has been a part of society since the days of the cavemen.
If this is the case, then Batman would just be confined in his Batcave while he controls his new group of crime-fighting bat robots to defeat the enemies in Gotham City.
In recent years, police forces have turned to the accountants to improve their long-term crime-fighting armoury.
Now comes even more stark and sobering news - at a time when the government is talking about splashing out pounds 100m on introducing police commissioners, Liverpool looks set to suffer a savage cut in funding for crime-fighting projects .
This two-volume encyclopedia of American crime-fighting figures is presented in a chronological order, starting with gunfighters and U.
A CRIME-fighting initiative in the Black Country will see hundreds of people from the region take to the streets to wage war on anti-social behaviour.
Described as "the most sophisticated crime-fighting tool" available, the Eurocopter EC 135T2I, will be based at RAF St Athan.
South Wales Police Chief Constable Barbara Wilding said: "Receiving this new helicopter is a quantum leap into the next generation of crime-fighting aircraft.
LANCASTER -- Sheriff's deputies engaged in an aggressive Antelope Valley crime-fighting effort will shift tactics today.
Research in the North-East which found a way of making people act more honestly has been picked up by police as a crime-fighting technique.