In February of this year, the U.S. government revealed its plans to deploy hundreds of millions of new security cameras in cities, towns, and rural areas.
The cameras are aimed at preventing crime and keeping people safe from crime, and they’re all being rolled out in several states, including Michigan, Georgia, Indiana, and South Carolina.
The security cameras have also become increasingly popular, especially for schools, businesses, and recreational venues.
The National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO) estimates that schools in the United States use 1.5 million security cameras to patrol their campuses, and it says that schools that use security cameras on campus account for nearly two-thirds of the total number of school-related cameras in the country.
In the summer of 2016, the NASRO issued a report that said that the number of security cameras nationwide is rising rapidly, with some schools installing tens of thousands of cameras.
Security cameras are a big part of the National Security Strategy released last year by the Department of Homeland Security, which calls for the deployment of security systems across the United Kingdom, Australia, and Canada, and the deployment and use of cameras by law enforcement in some other countries.
However, it’s not just schools that are taking advantage of these cameras.
Companies are also starting to deploy cameras to their facilities.
As the American Conservative reported, the security cameras that were introduced into cities in 2018 are being used in schools, as well as in businesses and recreational facilities.
However, the new technology is also being used by businesses that can help to keep track of their customers.
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