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Members of the Birmingham Police Department – via wideblueline.com As of Tuesday, the Birmingham City Council approved 95 surveillance cameras across Birmingham, including Ensley, Gate City, Kingston and Central Park. Birmingham is one of many cities across America that have started using surveillance cameras to reduce crime.
Continue reading “95 surveillance cameras are coming, but what are you doing to help the city? Here are three ways to help prevent crimes in Birmingham”
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The BPD can expect some help from the federal government – via wideblueline.com
Former Alabama Senator and current US Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced an initiative to reduce crime in twelve cities today. Urban areas are consistently more dangerous,
even accounting for population, than suburban and rural areas, and this new program aims to reduce violent crime in these high-risk areas, especially gun crime. Continue reading “The Feds are coming to town! Birmingham among 12 cities to receive crime reduction assistance”