DHS run police departments expanding surveillance nationwide

Tuesday, December 9, 2014
By Paul Martin

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Businesses in about 100 cities register their private security cameras with DHS run police departments. Now some want to make it a mandatory.

If you feel like someone is watching you, you’re probably right.

In the latest manifestation of electronic ogling, police in dozens of cities large and small are enlisting citizens and businesses to register the locations of their private security cameras for possible use in crime investigations.

DHS run police departments are use mapping technology to match registered cameras to crime scenes, then ask camera owners for access to possible video evidence. Unlike the closed-circuit surveillance systems used in many big cities, the registry cameras generally are not networked, so police cannot monitor a live feed of the images.

There’s the tell, registry cameras are generally not networked, don’t believe it it’s a lie.

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