New York gun database hits the streets

New York City is set to launch a gun database that will help police track guns stolen from homes and businesses.

The gun database, which will be run by New York State Police, is part of an effort to track stolen guns across the state.

Police in the city’s Bronx are already tracking stolen guns in the database.

It’s a similar program in Chicago, which is tracking guns used in robberies.

The database is being built using data from the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

It was initially funded by the state, and will be administered by the NYPD.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo, a Democrat, says the goal is to “ensure New Yorkers have the ability to protect themselves and their loved ones.”

Police in New York have already been using the database for more than two years, and it’s been used to track more than 1.4 million guns since it was launched last year.

Police say it’s vital to tracking guns stolen and stolen weapons used in crimes and robberies, and to better understand how to best respond to these crimes.

Police also want to be able to identify guns used by criminals and criminals who are in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Police will use the data to track how guns are stolen and recovered from homes, businesses and schools.

Police are also interested in seeing if there’s a correlation between how a stolen gun is used and how a person is later prosecuted.

In some cases, it can be a significant factor in getting a conviction.

The city’s gun database will track stolen weapons, as well as guns recovered by law enforcement from people convicted of crimes.

A database tracking gun purchases and sales will be available through the end of March, according to New York Police Commissioner William Bratton.