WATERBURY, CT (WFSB) – A stolen car was spotted going down the wrong way on Bishop Street from just one of around a thousand camera feeds in Waterbury Police’s real-time crime center.
“In policing, it doesn’t work without collaboration,” Waterbury Chief of Police Fernando Spagnolo tells us.
It’s staffed with detectives and specialized units.
Their partners, like parole and probation, also have people in the center daily.
With the technology at their fingertips, Chief Spagnolo says they’ve been able to track crime trends even faster.
“With these partnerships and this information, we’re able to track patterns and make determinations that we never were able to before about what type of criminal activity is happening and where it’s happening,” continued Chief Spagnolo stated.
Also, solve crimes faster.
Chief Spagnolo says the center…