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And people like myself, who are all for these cameras, we know from research already with police, that if you have a camera people are less likely to do dangerous things.
LYLE ASPINALL/CALGARY SUN In a time when many crimes are caught on camera by citizens, police plan to get in on the action and equip all patrol units with in-car digital video technology.
The $2-million investment will see all 350 cars, as well as the two HAWCS choppers, fitted with the cameras by 2014.
Groups like Toronto-based Advocacy Centre for the Elderly have recommended keeping audio off, since it is an offence under the Criminal Code to record a private conversation without the consent of at least one party.
As well, the audio could potentially record conversations that are unrelated to a nursing home resident’s care.
Urge and urge and urge, Always the procreant urge of the world.