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    San Diego broadly deploys cameras and sensors on LED street light poles (MAGAZINE) | LEDs Magazine
    Feb 20, 2019


    “The cameras in the San Diego nodes, however, greatly complicate the commissioning process, perhaps for reasons that aren’t initially obvious. Caldwell explained that the installation must acknowledge the concept of curtilage — a concept traced to old English common law. The cameras cannot capture any data/activity associated with private property. The cameras are used to capture activity on the public right of way including sidewalks and streets but not in private buildings or even in a privately-owned parking lot.”

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    “The crew installing each camera must determine the precise longitude and latitude for the point on a surface from which the camera would capture each pixel of data. The so-called geocoding is used to essentially block pixels that would be associated with private property from being recorded.”


    https://www.ledsmagazine.com/leds-ss...poles-magazine
    If the cop’s there, why the body camera? .
    (In reference to the earlier posts in this thread.)

    All front-line Calgary police officers now wearing body cameras - Calgary | Globalnews.ca

    https://globalnews.ca/news/5766999/c...ras-permanent/
    Last edited by KC; 18-08-2019, 07:05 AM.

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    • #62
      Because the cop may go where the camera can't see and it also gives a different view of any interactions?

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      • #63
        Originally posted by kkozoriz View Post
        Because the cop may go where the camera can't see and it also gives a different view of any interactions?
        The cameras are live? (Viewed by dispatch?)

        Interesting bit about the blinking light.

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        • #64
          Problem with cameras is the bad guys wear hoodies - no way to identify.

          More cops needed - or at least more cops who actually care - too many don't, but can't be fired.
          ... gobsmacked

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          • #65
            Doorbell camera firm Ring working with more than 400 police forces

            https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/...es/2140022001/

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