City's police plan on connecting to cameras located in businesses, public institutions, and municipal buildings in order to receive real-time images of street. Thus far, police have tapped into some 150 cameras
Eli Senyor Published: 04.13.10, 18:40 / Israel News
You soon will not be able to walk around Tel Aviv without being watched by the police.
Police officials revealed Tuesday their new security program, which will include the use of thousands of cameras located throughout the city.
The police are planning to tap into cameras affixed in businesses, public institutions, and municipal buildings in order to receive real-time images from the field. Thus far, the police have connected to 150 such cameras. By the end of the project, the police plan to connect to 3,000 cameras.
Police officials say they understood it is expedient to make broad use
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