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Denver:

Denver weighs security vs. privacy as cops focus cameras on crime," The Denver Post, October 2, 2008.

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Surveillance police cameras across Denver nearly quadrupled for the Democratic National Convention, and now those cameras are taking aim at daily crime. Denver police used 13 cameras before the DNC in August, but the gathering of high-profile Democrats allowed the department to beef up its arsenal by an additional 50 cameras."

"A DIFFERING VIEW: Video surveillance useless — and a threat to privacy," Rocky Mountain News, November 23, 2007. Online>

"Graffiti cameras on patrol," Rocky Mountain News, November 14, 2007. Online>

Vail:

"Vail talks video surveillance," Vail Daily, December 1, 2009. Online>




 
 
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