Saint Paul, MN
Let's herd the sheep
said by Police arrest man in elevator stabbing of boy, 6 :
The children's knife attack cast a spotlight on the issue of surveillance cameras because none was in place to capture any images of the attacker despite funds set aside by the New York City Housing Authority to pay for them.
Obviously we need to be watched everywhere for the greater good.--
"Progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something." - Robert A. Heinlein
DownTheShoreHonoring The CaptainPremium
They need to investigate why those funds haven't been spent on those cameras. I'm not a fan of cameras in elevators, but I would make an exception for those in NYCHA apartment buildings. Those residents need all the security they can get.
I suspect camera vandalism is a significant financial concern.
|reply to Kilroy |
I keep a surveillance camera in my bathroom in case I let off a bomb.
|reply to drjenkins |
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