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Cameras In Every Neighborhood

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Cameras everywhere in a Michigan Township.  Officials in Ypsilanti Township are looking to put surveillance cameras in every single neighborhood.

Mike Radzik, the director of the Office of Community Standards stated the following “We are recording images that a police officer would see if he or she were standing in the same place, they are only in public places”.

What is next?

Is this too intrusive or exactly what is needed?

We will talk about this on my show “Live with Renk” tomorrow at 9:00 am.call in with your thoughts 269-441-9595 or if you prefer leave a comment and I will read some on air.

 

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