Newark Plans to Use Cameras to Fight Violence Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker is expected to unveil a $3.2 million program using cameras that would be able to detect gunfire. The city is still reeling from the execution-style murders of three college students earlier this month.
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Newark Plans to Use Cameras to Fight Violence

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Newark Plans to Use Cameras to Fight Violence

Newark Plans to Use Cameras to Fight Violence

Newark Plans to Use Cameras to Fight Violence

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Newark, N.J., Mayor Cory Booker is expected to unveil a $3.2 million program using cameras that would be able to detect gunfire. The city is still reeling from the execution-style murders of three college students earlier this month. University of South Carolina criminologist Geoffrey Albert talks with Madeleine Brand.