NYTimes: Can 30,000 Cameras Help Solve Chicago’s Crime Problem? By Timothy Williams
Armed with advanced gadgets and mapping, officers can get to crime scenes “in time to see the guy still shooting.” But what does it mean for residents’ privacy?
NPR: Newark Police Camera System Relies On Residents, Stirring Privacy Concerns by Karen Rouse:
Newark, New Jersey’s largest city, is taking the concept of a neighborhood watch to a whole new level. The city is installing hundreds of surveillance cameras to create a virtual block watch. Some residents are concerned about the technology’s implications for people’s privacy.