S.C. city may add surveillance cameras to fight crime
By Glenn Smith
The Post and Courier
CHARLSTON, S.C. - The eyes of Charleston police may soon be upon you as you stroll through the streets of the Holy City.
Police Chief Greg Mullen said Tuesday he wants to install video surveillance cameras in high-crime areas to monitor public spaces for signs of trouble. Cameras can help police spot crimes in the making and better track crooks as they try to make their getaway, he said.
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