Future Crime: NPD has powerful tool but lacks manpower

Newton Police Lt. Bryan Hall runs Agatha, the computer that powers Newton's predictive policing unit. The machine is able to sort through a vast database of the last 12 years of police cases for the city and display patters and make predictions for where crime will occur in the future.

In a dim room surrounded by antique pistols, plush chairs, a gas canister launcher and an ancient grenade sits Agatha. Agatha provides the brains...

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