Some surveillance equipment could use an upgrade


When it comes to video surveillance cameras intended to catch bad guys committing crimes, they’re only as good as their weakest link.

Some are poor quality, producing grainy, low-resolution images that make it difficult to piece together an adequate description of suspects. Some of the cameras that have decent resolution either don’t provide an unobstructed view, or fail to operate when needed the most.


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