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In The News
Safe City's 200 Cameras
Source: Federal Way Mirror

Yes, big brother is watching you on the street — although not in the way you might think.

Federal Way’s Safe City initiative was launched in 2009 to help decrease criminal activities within city limits, and to date, the city has 200 cameras as part of the program.

According to Michelle Roy, civilian crime analyst for the Federal Way Police Department, it is difficult to track whether the cameras have decreased crime in the city. [More]

Safe City Cameras Leads to Identity of Shooting Suspect

Investigators then checked video from security cameras at homes and businesses in the Twin Lakes neighborhood, and detectives were able to positively identify the suspect's vehicle from multiple surveillance video recordings.

Police say that video evidence was the key.

"We were able to locate a vehicle on those cameras and then narrowing it down back into the residents." [More]


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