February 13, 2020 Surveillance, U.S.
Joe Cadillic writes:
City and towns are creating new ways to expand neighborhood surveillance programs known as police cam-share programs.
An article in The Baltimore Sun revealed that the Baltimore County Council wants more businesses and homeowners to purchase CCTV surveillance equipment.
“The bill would create a voluntary private security camera registry for property owners with devices pointed toward a public right-of-way, according to the proposal. The program would map where cameras are located to help detectives identify possible security footage in areas where crimes happened.”
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