Friday, November 30, 2007

CCTV conference in Market Harborough

The Harborough Mail reports:
Counter-terrorism police were among the guests in Harborough yesterday (Wednesday) as part of a conference on Closed-Circuit Television.

Experts on CCTV including counter-terrorist police, Home Office officials and a fact-finding team from Australia were invited by Harborough District Council to the town’s Angel Hotel.
I was mystified by the comment of the Tory Cllr Paul Dann, the council’s "lead for community safety and CCTV":
We are perceived as a low-crime district, but it is important not to be complacent.
Harborough is not "perceived" as a low-crime district: Harborough is a low-crime district.

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