Video cameras shine as your best detective

April 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p39
Academic Journal
The article reports on the role that video cameras which have been installed at CoxHealth in Sringfield, Missouri have played in maintaining security staffing and reducing crime at the health care facility.


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