October 20, 2010 Non-U.S., Surveillance
Dean Herbert reports:
A network of secret car number plate recognition cameras could be expanded across Scotland in a bid to combat terrorism, it emerged yesterday.
Ministers are considering plans to hand police more surveillance equipment to counter the “emerging threat” of terrorist attacks.
Plans to increase the use of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras, which were used to track suspects in the Glasgow Airport bombings, come just a day after Prime Minister David Cameron warned that Britain faced a major threat from terror groups such as Al Qaeda.
Read more on Express.co.uk
Thanks to Ian Geldard for this link.
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