Evaluation of Camera Use to Prevent Crime in Commuter Parking Facilities: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Evaluation of Camera Use to Prevent Crime in Commuter Parking Facilities: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Source: 

Urban Institute

Author(s): 

Nancy G. La Vigne and Samantha S. Lowry

The Schenectady Public Surveillance Project (PSP) is a crime prevention project that seeks to impact crime and disorder in Schenectady, New York, through the installation of public surveillance cameras. The project was initiated in response to increasing crime rates and fear among residents in Schenectady. The overall goal of the video surveillance technology was to prevent crime and increase safety on the streets of Schenectady.

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