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New Orleans

"Trial beginning over New Orleans' crime cameras," Associated Press, September 14,2009. Online>

"DA says crime cameras have yet to be used to convict a suspect," WWL TV, June 1, 2009. Online>

"Details of New Orleans crime camera contract being revealed in competitors lawsuit," The Times-Picayune, May 8, 2009. Online>

"In Louisiana, the tide may be turning on corruption," The Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2009. Online>

"Nagin's former tech 'whiz' may have worked to aid former partners," The Times-Picayune, March 25, 2009. Online>

"Watchdog: Problems with N.O. camera effort," Associated Press, March 3, 2009. Online>

"Inspector General Report finds fault with N.O. crime camera contracting procedures," WWLTV, March 3, 2009. Online>

"Cities opening more video surveillance eyes," USA TODAY, July 18, 2005.  Online>

"Surveillance cameras survey all parts of daily life," Associated Press, April 17, 2005.  Online>

Terrebonne Parish

"Board OKs more bus surveillance," Tri-Parish Times, September 9,2009. Online>

 

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