According to a story published this week by the Duluth News Tribune, a 20-camera surveillance system deployed along the waterfront in Duluth, Minn., is now operational.
Deputy Police Chief Robin Roeser told the paper that the cameras would help deter crime and also provide authorities with information if an incident occurs in the area.
The cost of the cameras and network infrastructure was $575,000, 75 percent of which was paid for by federal grants, the story noted.
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