Oct 30, 2012

Police Use Surveillance Cameras for Crime-Solving? They mean Spying!

Via: Akronist
 Many would agree video surveillance has more and more encroached on privacy, capturing folks walking to their car, purchasing a garment or a lottery ticket at a convenient store. but while a good portion of that film is likely documenting the mundane, it’s also enabling Akron law enforcement to be more swift and timely in its pursuit of criminal activity. In September, the Akron Police Department announced its adoption of a new training and technology program, Digital Imaging Video Response Team (DIVRT), which along with the high-tech training of officers, includes kits to gather more efficiently video from surveillance cameras near crime scenes.
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