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Mich. Parks Install Video Surveillance to Deter Vandals

In an effort to stop vandalism, the city of Southfield (Mich.) will place security cameras in as many as six parks.




SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — In an effort to stop vandalism, this city will place security cameras in as many as six parks.

The city will install Q Star Technology motion-activated cameras, which are also portable and solar-charged. Additionally, the cameras, which provide high-resolution images, talk to vandals, letting them know they’ve been caught in the act, CBS Detroit reports.

The cameras, which will cost $41,000 to install, will be deployed within the next few weeks.

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