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LA is getting more police cameras

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The Daily News of Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES — Soon, somewhere in the Valley, the police will be watching from the sky.

In about 10 weeks, 16 wireless surveillance cameras will be placed around the Los Angeles Police Department's Topanga and West Valley divisions, which cover 66 square miles and about 450,000 people.

The city Police Commission approved a plan Tuesday to spend nearly $680,000 on the camera system if the mayor approves a contract with Reston, Va.-based CelPlan Technologies.

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