September 11, 2010 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Andrew Hough reports:
Hidden cameras are being used by lollipop ladies and men under a scheme to expose bad drivers outside schools.
The “lollicams” are being introduced around schools in Wales after successful trials of similar schemes in England and Scotland.
While critics labelled the moves “sad and disappointing”, officials defended the scheme as a necessary way of protecting schoolchildren and traffic wardens.
Read more in The Telegraph.
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