We support city-placed surveillance cameras downtown. The police chief would control their placement. We already have city-owned cameras in police vehicles controlled by the police chief. Many businesses have cameras. The city has cameras on the new municipal building. Cameras are an excellent crime deterrent with no downside. If you want privacy, stay home. Cameras do work; they caught Adam Taylor’s attackers. Please vote “yes” to cameras.
LETTER: Downtown cameras will prevent crime
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