First Person: Inside NYPD’s Surveillance System

Published on Feb 20, 2013 by AssociatedPress

When the New York Police Department gets a 911 call, new technology known as the Domain Awareness System can instantly generate interactive maps and video feeds of the area. In a click, police know exactly what they’re getting into. (Feb. 20)

3 thoughts on “First Person: Inside NYPD’s Surveillance System

  1. I agree with one of the commenters who posted on a similar article on here.

    A lot of good that helped the police who came to protect the people only to shoot about 9 bullets into innocent bystanders, instead of the gunman himself who was standing just a few feet away.

    This woman explains DAS like she is so proud and that it is something so amazing. It’s pathetic! Those cameras saved NO ONE!! They did NOTHING!!! The police still screwed up and almost killed more than 8 or 9 innocent bystanders in the process. WAKE UP, SHEEPLE!!!

    1. This one came from “The Eagle” (Bryan-College Station, TX). I expect to hear things about TAMU’s GMO/Cloning/ Drone (etc) Research and Developement, but I almost fell off the chair when I saw our hometown local news covering NYPD surveillance.

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