Buffalo's anti-crime cameras go live


By Brian Meyer
The Buffalo News

BUFFALO — A police officer watched the corner of Sycamore Street and Goodyear Avenue, keeping an eye out for trouble. She also was watching the corner of East Lovejoy and Gold streets. And the intersection of Fillmore and Jewett avenues. And she did it all from Police Headquarters in downtown Buffalo.

Buffalo’s new anti-crime camera system is up and running, and police are now monitoring 43 locations across the city from a high-tech surveillance monitoring room.

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