Cincinnati police to install 120 crime cameras


By Jane Prendergast
The Cincinnati Enquirer

CINCINNATI — Cincinnati police expect to start this fall on a $2 million project to install up to 120 cameras to watch throughout the city for crime.

It's the first step toward a system that eventually could send real-time video to officers' in-cruiser laptops as well as instantly read license plates and run them through motor vehicle registration.

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