Police caught a burglar red-handed last week after using a computer to predict the exact time and place of his next robbery. All the information held by the police on a particular criminal's activities is fed into the offender profiling system resulting in a prediction of when they will strike again. Due to the accuracy of the computer's predictions, a team of officers was lying in wait for the burglar and arrested him as he broke into the house he intended to rob. The system is part of a campaign aimed at burglars in Newcastle Upon Tyne called Operation Hamper.
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