Martin Gill

Professor of Criminology at the University of Leicester

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Martin Gill on KCRW

Los Angeles is one of 37 California cities installing closed-circuit video cameras in public places to catch criminals in the act, or make them think twice because they're afraid…

Are You Being Watched…and Are You Safer for It? The Growth of Video Surveillance

Los Angeles is one of 37 California cities installing closed-circuit video cameras in public places to catch criminals in the act, or make them think twice because they're afraid…

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