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How Tigre cut crime to become a safer city

Workers in the Tigre Operations Centre monitor the camera feeds with the latest automation and image detection systems
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Back in 2011, Tigre, Argentina was enjoying a boom in tourism. Unfortunately this growth caught the attention of criminals, leading to a rise in crime. Tigre was facing problems related to theft and drug trafficking often accompanied by violence.

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