Denver readies graffiti cameras


By Daniel J. Chacon
The Rocky Mountain News

DENVER, Colo. Surveillance cameras that trigger a police alert within seconds of detecting a graffiti vandal in action are coming to Denver next month, making the city the first in the nation to test the cutting-edge spy equipment.

"Graffiti isn't unique to Denver, but I believe that Denver is in a unique place that we can help be the trailblazer in these efforts," Mayor John Hickenlooper said Wednesday.

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