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And welcome back to foxnews.com live and I would idiot talking right now -- Allison Barrie who is are defense.
Specialist a belly dancer turned down a little bit.
And have a that's just -- -- Renaissance in any case.
Yeah you that you have on foxnews.com right now isn't so much -- -- a military use.
Something but actually civilian use -- camera surveillance technology that originated.
With the military that is now being used in schools.
To keep track -- bullies and vandalism and incidents in the hallways etc.
tell us about.
And that's a new data that I couldn't name snap that up and that and -- -- that at things HD because.
Schools and particularly for the 80s -- eastern military committee as mentioned.
Surveillance cameras -- children.
-- -- And add his name has been as well and the -- further.
I couldn't believe they're actually -- -- size -- quality pretty soon.
In the Eastern Conference call this his side and back into that people expect that we got this -- -- the -- -- -- law enforcement and seven.
While we might have the technology that has been no doubt that Canada's athletes -- campaigns that is actually possible hasn't.
Without a lot of schools so some schools are even in easy -- technology -- and we've discussed before.
I terrorism incidents when.
Friends and -- go back and try to work out.
I'll let -- -- suspicious package my left and that subway station.
They've got the technology traced back to work out.
When it was glasses and I didn't like who exactly -- and -- -- included in the -- into that face.
Using -- technology fast pilot -- of the enforcement problem capsules in addition team yet answer threats that you mention right you know it.
Yeah -- see this a bit extreme and when you first hear about it I mean these schools to put in a really good system with enough cameras to provide coverage.
And that quality that can actually identify faces it its cost a 100000 dollars up from there yeah.
You spoken with some schools and implemented it -- they say it saves time and money in the end because schools are spending an inordinate amount of time.
Trying to investigate.
These incidents and if he said she says and witnesses aren't reliable and all that and that now they've got the cameras they go to the videotape about five different angles.
You can see who instigated you can see who's writing on the wall you can see who's stealing that laptop.
Their fans -- the city old analog cameras -- fictionalized but basically useless and it's.
Precisely and you know if that's so -- -- municipal bond bullying and it's such a prevalent problem in schools and here's a great -- it's -- how hard -- hiding he had -- -- is being captions that didn't really hasn't -- essential long where you -- to be familiar with.
He's analog cameras that -- -- black and white images and let's be -- you look at this isn't nearly impossible to be yes and it's even a person sometimes equality in and -- so bad but.
And he dances are fantastic and you mentioned even.
Let's just -- -- terrible -- -- have a pedophiles these days you know how fantastic -- to go back immediately get -- places play and you'll find that kid and that comes down costs so that means that in the end.
And I just -- it which is why I have -- And the music -- -- in the story how much exactly cost right to put a price on seeing one child from a hacker and I and that's your contacts calendar dollars spent on match.
Especially as you mentioned it's so -- purpose CNN com lifestyle and stands back from India have something like that happen again.
What a huge advantage for law enforcement is.
What he -- as a -- -- senses that law enforcement sources as an opportunity for law enforcement have immediate access and even before they arrive on the scene.
You know exactly where the shooter or shooters are knew who the victims are on the status of the victims.
The first responders -- trying to halt arms in his kids' lives.
And what an enormous advances that provides that I don't really think he can play.
A dime that I can -- -- thinking here's -- Great enemy and as upsetting as something like -- -- is its relatively rare but as you say it's your school.
The ability to -- a monitor or.
Or like a hundred monitors and actually find there's the shooter so we know we can get in this way we know we can I -- these kids out that way.
It's it's -- -- -- but also how you bring up in the article that after the fact for those who don't have that live monitoring capability.
You could still go back and look and figure out.
Whether or not the response.
Was appropriate what you could do differently next time -- things like that.
But you also bring up that just sort of the more basic petty crimes schools that it's a deterrent it's almost -- the cameras are there and that crime went down in one district 60% yes.
Because that's pretty remarkable and I think all of my favorite applications com and that I suddenly the California schools.
I was that acted and -- like textiles are the hidden scenes because it is expensive it.
A lot of times they are teachers are squandering their time controlling -- -- dealing with incidents altercation shoring this -- instantly he loses and she sent out that kind of step.
Other witnesses in this result of the plate -- so -- kind of investigation and it just for prosecution of crimes and he got that footage and -- -- so much time in terms.
Investigation stuff I -- I saw this happening in the first place that's the end of when he's deterrence is ahead in the cameras actually talk to the kids down here in the classroom the -- didn't -- about access and even their hand -- and I've gone.
I -- -- had access through all the cameras that's the -- system in school bus you know -- And send the kids want him holing putts and easy -- -- actually into the saying hey we can't show Macintosh nice view in that hallway and kept -- -- -- well.
Anything about it and you -- you know and it's kind of pointing to the prize is you.
The present these intensifies and you've got such advanced announced capabilities but.
You know I I don't write for I firmly stand on its gonna keep you just want to see -- prefer that we have -- TV on his kids have nothing to worry about it.
I'm always a public place anyway thank you so I was very interesting and if you wanna read more about this.
-- of that surveillance you can log on to foxnews.com.
And you can check out -- Barry's article and -- she is again our defense specialist war games columnist.
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Thank you so much.