Friday, April 2, 2010

Surveillance We Could Believe In

The Post-Gazette reports that the Ravenstahl administration wants to install another batch of 24-hour surveillance cameras throughout Pittsburgh (at least, if someone else will pay for it).

The mayor described a preference to aim the cameras at high-crime locations.

As has been noted in this space before, the obvious way to implement this strategy would be to position the first new camera in the mayor's office and to place the second new camera on the hood of the mayor's InsolvenCity-issued vehicle.

1 comment:

n'at said...

How's the saying go? A pound of cure, is worth two in the bush?

Or, a continually boiling kettle will eventually stop whistling, so it's best to keep watch.