Cleveland installs downtown surveillance cameras


WKYC
November 21, 2008

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The city is installing 13 new surveillance cameras downtown to send a safety message.

Four of the cameras are operating now and nine more will be working by next weekend in time for the city’s annual holiday display on Public Square.

The city will monitor and control the cameras and record images around the clock.

Public Safety Director Martin Flask says the cameras are mounted on poles and have blue strobe lights attached to them so people can see them and feel safe.


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