Neighborhood Video Grows

August 2007
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Aug2007, Vol. 44 Issue 8, p60
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expansion of the video surveillance system from high profile areas to risky regions in Baltimore, Maryland. The project installs about 275 cameras in high-risk areas and 91 cameras in four Baltimore housing projects to prevent and investigate crime in the city. The effort is part of the long-term goal of the city to change people's behavior and make them realize that if they commit crimes in the city they will be caught.


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