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 December 13, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

MassPrivateI writes:

In a bid to expand its surveillance network, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police want to connect to private businesses’ cameras, which would allow officers to monitor malls, gas stations and banks across the county.

Questions have risen as the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department seeks to expand its use of video cameras and specialized microphones around the city.

Although Police Chief Rodney Monroe did not say how many cameras the department hopes will be linked to its network, the policy change would be an unprecedented expansion since the department started using cameras 12 years ago.

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