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Police Urge Residents to Outfit Homes With Police-run Surveillance Cameras

• infowars.com

Police in Louisiana are urging residents to add surveillance camera security systems to their homes and then to hand over control of those systems to law enforcement, an effort they claim will help make neighborhoods safer.

Part of a sprawling surveillance strategy dubbed "Project NOLA," citizens' security cameras would be integrated with footage shot from other law enforcement cameras already installed around the St. Bernard Parish area near New Orleans, and would give the sheriff's department the ability to tap into those cameras at a moment's notice.

"All you have to do is, you can go to a map and click on an icon for that camera in that area and pull up that camera and it'll give us a live feed from that area," St. Bernard Sheriff Jimm Pohlmann told CBS affiliate WAFB, adding that access to cameras on private property would eliminate the need for police to visit homes in person. "I think the more cameras out there, the more successful the program will be."

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