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Copyright for the individual stories rests with the authors and originators who are linked from each individual piece. Doktor Jon has selected stories for inclusion on this page, which would be of particular interest to anyone following events in the world of CCTV and IP Video, and is provided for informational purposes only.

The truth is out there - An attorney carrying out an unofficial investigation into the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, has claimed that the 26 videotapes handed over by the FBI, have in some way be edited. The recordings show the aftermath of the attack, in which 168 people were killed, but do not carry any images of the period leading up to the attack. The FBI have denied any tampering with the recordings, or the existance of any other material". - Source - Associated Press 30th September 2009

We can't quite see you - San Francisco Police Chief George Gascon has urged a move towards real time monitoring of the city's 71 security cameras. At present, officers are only allowed to request access to recordings in order to investigate an incident, and this approach is considered to have little impact in tackling violent crime. - Source - KCBS 28th September 2009

Keep on trucking - Worried truck drivers in Australia are turning to video surveillance cameras as an independent witness to their driving skills. Increasingly motorists are claiming that 'truckies' tailgate their vehicles, and given the number of serious accidents on the country's highways, they've quickly recognised the benefits of using in cab CCTV to record the antics of other road users. - Source - Couriermail.com.au 26th September 2009

Teams set to foot the bill - Following serious crowd trouble at the West Ham United versus Millwall football match, officials from the Football Association have been trawling through the 47 security cameras located throughout the 'Gunners' Upton Park ground. It's expected that the FA will deal seriously with the unrest, perhaps setting large fines or even match suspensions for the clubs, once the investigations are completed. - Source - ESPN Soccernet 25th September 2009

Show us your moves - Scientists carrying out research at the recently formed Centre for Secure Information Technology, believe that their experimental behavioural analytics systems could be impacting on assaults within the next five years. The research which is being carried out at Queens University Belfast, is aimed at developing a predictive system that can allow CCTV cameras fitted onto coaches and buses, to determine whether an individuals behaviour may be a pre-cursor to a physical assault. - Source - BBC News 24th September 2009

 

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