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Detroit’s Surveillance Program Expands, Partners With Comcast To Lower Costs

When it comes to reducing crime in the city of Detroit, the Duggan administration is banking on the idea that better technology is going to help. The city announced today that at a Valero gas station on Telegraph in Detroit that Project Green Light is now partnering with Comcast to make the camera systems more affordable. Initially, the program cost $6,000 up front to join and connect to the city’s real time crime center. Now, the technology giant Comcast is offering eligible businesses the...

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