Surveillance cameras disappoint Durham PD
Stanley B. Chambers Jr.
Raleigh News & Observer
DURHAM, N.C. — Police hoped that the cameras lined up along Angier Avenue would be the latest technology to help them fight crime. They had visions of not only capturing criminals in the act on video, but also controlling the cameras remotely from police cars to keep ever-present eyes on the street.
But so far, after months of work, the video surveillance program has not produced one arrest, and its future is uncertain.
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