Doktor Jons Guide to the "Use and Application of CCTV"
- CCTV and our Civil Liberties -
In some ways, trying to legislate for the protection of an individuals human rights, is a bit like trying to ration water in a desert.
Not so long ago, polite society would consider us as the law abiding citizens, and them as that criminal element, the modern day equivalent of the lowest form of pond life. Now of course, things are ever so subtly changing in peoples perception of what is right and what is wrong.
Law abiding citizens generally do their best to keep to the laws of the land, but then even judges, politicians and senior police officers have on occasions been caught speeding, and in some cases, quite literally with their pants down.
Lets face it, many supposedly respectable individuals will if given the opportunity, try and get away with whatever they can, and genuinly fail to see anything wrong with this obvious way of thinking - what DoktorJon likes to think of as the sympathetic scumbag syndrome.
That aside, dyed in the wool career criminals come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life; and as any good criminologist will confirm, they mostly don't accept that what they choose to do is in any way unacceptable.
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