'Big Brother' Doormen in Big Apple In New York City, police won't be the only ones in uniform keeping an eye out for terrorists. A new initiative is training the city's residential doormen to spot suspicious people and packages, including those among their own tenants. Robert Smith reports.
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'Big Brother' Doormen in Big Apple

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'Big Brother' Doormen in Big Apple

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In New York City, police won't be the only ones in uniform keeping an eye out for terrorists. A new initiative is training the city's residential doormen to spot suspicious people and packages, including those among their own tenants. Robert Smith reports.