Cameras give thieves a talking-to

24th October 2003 at 01:00
Security staff will be able to reprimand intruders through closed-circuit television cameras in Nottingham secondary schools. Top Valley comprehensive now has 53 CCTV cameras inside and outside its buildings. The cameras relay images to a central control room where monitoring staff will be able to talk directly to people breaking into the school.

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