Flint police street surveillance to expand


By David Harris
Flint Journal

FLINT, Mich. — Police will soon have more of Flint's streets in their sights - with surveillance cameras paid for by local store owners looking to curb violence around their businesses.

Flint police currently operate one camera - mounted in August at Cecil and Jewell drives on a pole and marked "police" with a blue light that flashes 24 hours a day - and credited it with a significant drop in crime in the area.

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