Argument: Crime cameras offer a dangerous false sense of security
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Scott Wyman. "Retailers oppose surveillance camera proposal, call it 'false sense of security'". SunSentinel.com. September 2, 2008 - Large and small retailers united Tuesday to pick apart a proposal that would require them to install thousands of cameras outside drugstores and shopping centers across Broward County Click here for restaurant inspection reports.
They questioned if requiring surveillance systems would deter crime and whether many businesses could afford the expense of installing the cameras. County officials are considering the requirement in response to the shooting death of a sheriff's deputy last year outside a 24-hour Walgreens in Pompano Beach.
"We are talking about a false sense of security that you're giving people," said George Morgan with Morgan Property Group.