The police department in Houston has introduced a new device to help officers find shooters who don’t even live near a shooting scene.
The system is a new way to track shooters on social media.
The police chief says it’s important to track where shooters are, who they hang out with and where they are going.
The device is called Splitter Guard, and the department is partnering with the University of Houston and the company Next Generation Technologies to develop the technology.
Splitter guards are like a giant digital camera that shoots images of the person who is on the ground and then sends them out to the police.
The idea is that police can follow up with people they know who may have been involved in the shooting.
Police are using it in about 200 neighborhoods across the country.
The technology works by capturing the location of the camera and then sending it out to nearby police departments.
In some cases, officers can follow a person to the location, and in others, the person can be identified.
Police officers can then use the information they have to arrest the person.
In the Houston case, the system was installed in a police vehicle, and a splitter guard was used to track the shooter.
The Splitter Guards, which are now being tested in several cities, work by capturing an image of the shooter’s body and then projecting the image onto a camera mounted on a tripod.
The image then shows the splitter’s location on a map, and police can then track down the shooter and follow up on the shooter as they travel.
The system works by shooting the image of a person’s body on a camera and sending it to nearby agencies, who then use it to track who the person is and where he is.
In a report released Monday by the Justice Department, the FBI said police departments have about 20,000 officers who use this type of technology in some form.
That’s more than double the number of officers who were using the technology in 2011.
We’re working with other police departments to develop this technology as well.””
It has the potential to change the way we use technology in Houston.
We’re working with other police departments to develop this technology as well.”