One Baltimore City neighborhood has more police now looking out for criminals, thanks for 12 new security cameras now up and running.
A watchful eye. The City of Baltimore is hoping businesses and homeowners will buy into a new program that allows city police to access their personal security cameras.
Baltimore officials hope a more visible police presence combined with a more extensive camera network will help keep downtown crowds safe this summer.
Baltimore City says crime drops by 25 percent in areas covered by police cameras. Now, more community groups are asking for them.
Six years ago, surveillance video in the city started as an experiment to cut crime. But a new study shows it’s working in Baltimore.
Crime cameras in Baltimore have proven so effective, the city is installing dozens more.
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