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FBI Seeking Publics Photos and Videos To Identify Suspects

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Published on Apr 18, 2013

If I've said this a bazillion times I'll say it again, video rules! Being able to access video footage of the day's or evening's "goings on" provides a tremendous amount of security. The UK has always been the leader in introducing video surveillance in public.

"Public video surveillance in the UK began very unassumingly in 1986, on a single square mile industrial estate outside the English town of King's Lynn. Three CCTV video surveillance cameras were used and their impact was immediate. In the years before the cameras were installed, there had been 58 crimes (mostly vandalism) recorded on the estate. In the two years following the installation, there were no crimes reported"

Since then, millions of video cameras have been installed all over Europe, Asia and the United States. Residential adoption of home security cameras is growing here in the states too. People everywhere now understand the benefits of being able to record activity that goes on at your residence while you are home or away. There is a tremendous piece of mind that goes along with being able to securely and remotely monitor over the Internet, what goes on at your home.

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