http://www.startribune.com/stories/462/3927861.html Video surveillance cameras monitored by the police are headed for downtown Minneapolis. A gift by Target Corp. accepted Friday by the City Council would allow the installation of cameras focused on street activity and would tie them into a network at the downtown police precinct, says the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Police argue that it will make for a safer downtown. A video-watching cop can cover the same territory in three minutes that it might take a street cop more . . .
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