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L.A. Sheriff's Deputies To Stream Live Camera Feeds In Cruisers

November 19, 2010  | 

Businesses in the city of Industry will be invited to participate in an initiative of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department allowing deputies to view live camera feeds from businesses after a 911 call from their cruisers.

Retired deputy A.D. Hall has partnered with the Industry Chamber of Commerce to launch a test program that will put access to live cameras, floor plans and a business-controlled database in squad cars patrolling Industry, reports the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.

Read the full story at SGVTribune.com.

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