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Update: Are schools moving fast enough?




In our first blog post Are Schools Moving Fast Enough? we talked about a little girl being stabbed to death by an intruder in California.

Well, I’m not sure how many people saw this coming, but the police recently arrested the girl's 12-year-old brother and plan on charging him with homicide. The boy first reported to police that he saw an intruder leaving his home before finding his sister stabbed to death, because of his allegations countless hours and resources were spent in a manhunt to find this “intruder”. 

Larger cities generally have street cameras in high-traffic areas, should this be something implemented in neighborhoods? If this California city had security cameras on every street officials would have been able to avoid wasting resources and hours looking for a suspect that did not exist.

Installing cameras on every street in America, of course, is very costly; however, so is chasing suspects that do not exist. Overall cities can save resources, as well as possibly solve many cases faster if they were able to rely on street surveillance cameras.