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Oklahoma City cameras keep eye on roadways, schools

Oklahoma City cameras keep eye on roadways, schools



Published: May 10, 2010

What do the bank, a Putnam City school bus and Bricktown streets have in common? All are under constant surveillance by closed-circuit cameras.

Across Oklahoma City, cameras are used to remotely monitor traffic and gauges, review crime scenes and accidents and prevent shoplifting.

Some are meant to be seen, while others are disguised by their surroundings. Some businesses have height markers next to their doors to help with criminal descriptions.

The city operates a network of 500 closed-circuit surveillance cameras, and there are plans to expand that network... FULL ARTICLE


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