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Cameras to Provide Video Feeds to L.A. Police Cars

April 4, 2006

LOS ANGELES – A $1.2 million lighting and camera system will soon give officers a preview of what they can expect when responding to a call in the Jordan Downs area of Los Angeles, according to the Web site www.nbc4.com/. The cameras will provide Los Angeles officers a video feed in their squad cars.Each squad car will have a laptop installed, enabling the officers to wirelessly access the video feeds from the cameras, according to the report. The camera systems will help protect children walking to and from schools, according to police and city officials, as well as minimize gang intimidation.

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