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Surveillance: A question of trust

The tension between the need for surveillance and the public's desire for privacy is eroding trust in law enforcement agencies as they try to keep up with criminals.

Surveillance: A question of trust

Date - 4th April 2014
By - Gary Mason - PPI
Traditionally police surveillance has been a specialist activity that was the prevail of small units who used gadgets, technology and tradecraft that was little known to the outside world. But the digital age has opened up the world of remote...
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