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Proposed Surveillance Technique for Police

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« on: February 03, 2010, 07:28:30 pm »

Can't disagree with that, Brian . I can see it being useful for  particular operations  (especially in rural areas) but not general surveillance.  I just wish they'd let the police get on with policing instead of form filling,ticking boxes so the government can have answers when minority groups complain of harassment. Also, they're  taking on more and more of the Community bobbies at a starting salary of 17,000 a year and in some counties here they aren't allowed to work nights.  I can't recall when I last saw  a bobby  on the beat- in cars,yes, but not on the beat talking and intelligence gathering but whose fault is that ? I could go on and on about all this but that will do for now Lol.
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