City wants to access business, home security cameras to fight crime

City wants to access business, home security cameras to fight crime


HE RESIGNED FROM THE FORCE EARLIER THIS WEEK. RANDY: THIS HELPED INVESTIGATORS HAVE FILED CHARGES AFTER A DEADLY CRASH IN KELLY’S SQUARE IN WORCESTER AND NOW THE CITY IS TAKING A DRAMATIC NEW APPROACH INVOLVING SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS. ANTOINETTE, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT A HUGE NUMBER IN EYES SOLVING THESE CRIMES. ANTOINETTE: POLICE IN WORCESTER HAVE ACCESS TO 1,500 PUBLIC CAMERAS BUT NOW THIS PROGRAM COULD MULTIPLY THAT NUMBER MANY TIMES OVER. POLICE WANT TO GAIN ACCESS TO PRIVATE CAMERAS ACROSS THE CITY, OUTSIDE BUSINESSES AND EVEN SOME HOMES AND IN FACT CREATING A MASSIVE INVENTORY OF CAMERAS IN EVERY NEIGHBORHOOD IN WORCESTER. NEWSCENTER FIVE GOT A LOOK AT HOW IT WOULD WORK. LET’S SAY YOU’VE GOT A CRIME ON HAMMOND STREET THERE, HOW WOULD THIS HELP YOU? IF WE HAVE A CRIME ON HAMMOND STREET, WE’D PULL UP THE MAP AND YOU’D SEE AN ICON OF A CAMERA. AT THAT POINT WE COULD CLICK ON IT AND THE INFORMATION OF WHOSE CAMERA IT IS, LOCATIONS OF THE CAMERA, AND HOW WE CAN CONTACT THOSE PEOPLE ARE RIGHT ON THE MAP.

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