Police surveillance technology outlined to council | local

Columbia City Council heard a presentation from a software company on technology that would allow police departments to access a network of security cameras in real-time during a Monday night work session.

The system, created by software company Fusus, will give city governments and private businesses the option to authorize the Columbia Police Department to access their surveillance cameras, according to a presentation Monday. Police will then be able to view and review footage from these cameras in real time to help respond to and investigate crimes.

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