Police officers are using a new technology to track down people they suspect of committing crimes.
But the technology is raising questions about how it will work in the real world.
“This is a new generation of technology,” said John L. Riggs Jr., the chief technology officer of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
The department says its system has the potential to be used for everything from tracking down people who are selling drugs to tracking down gang members.
It can also be used to find fugitives, including ones who haven’t been seen in years.
The system is being tested in cities across Florida.
The system has not yet been deployed in large cities, like Orlando, but police are using it to find suspected burglars in their neighborhoods, like when they responded to a burglary call last year.
But police have also used the system in smaller towns to try to find people who burglarize their homes and then disappear.
In the past, the department has used a GPS tracker to track people who run away from home and who are not wanted by authorities.
Police have also reported using the system to track a woman who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death in May.
And in a different incident last year, police said a suspect ran away from the home of a young woman, stabbed her father and fled in a white Dodge Charger.
Last month, a woman in Florida who was wanted for murder in Georgia was killed by police, according to an arrest affidavit.