A New Orleans Police Department surveillance camera monitors foot traffic on Bourbon Street, Jan. 25, 2018. In a bid to stop violent crime, New Orleans may create an extensive realtime surveillance system, but some worry if the city can maintain its famously freewheeling culture on streets blanketed by 1,500 camera.
A New Orleans Police Department surveillance camera monitors foot traffic on Bourbon Street, Jan. 25, 2018. In a bid to stop violent crime, New Orleans may create an extensive realtime surveillance system, but some worry if the city can maintain its famously freewheeling culture on streets blanketed by 1,500 camera. William Widmer The New York Times
A New Orleans Police Department surveillance camera monitors foot traffic on Bourbon Street, Jan. 25, 2018. In a bid to stop violent crime, New Orleans may create an extensive realtime surveillance system, but some worry if the city can maintain its famously freewheeling culture on streets blanketed by 1,500 camera. William Widmer The New York Times