For the first time, D.C. police officers are monitoring live images from surveillance cameras in many parts of the city., The District has 73 cameras, with live feeds from 54. Officials hope eventually to be able to get live images from all cameras.
SOURCE: D.C Police | GRAPHIC: Laris Karklis, The Washington Post - February 11, 2008
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