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Friday, September 4, 2009

UK Government To Install Surveillance Cameras In Private Homes

Children’s Secretary Ed Balls unveils £400 million plan to put 20,000 problem families under 24-hour CCTV surveillance

Areas of focus of the Children’s Working Group will include:

* Child-specific guidance as to evacuation, sheltering, and relocation;
* Tracking and reunification of families;
* Coordinated case management supports;
* Enhanced preparedness for child care centers and schools as well as for children in child welfare and juvenile justice systems;
* Enhanced national planning, including incorporation of children into national planning scenarios and exercises;
* Incorporation of children’s needs into grant guidance;
* Improved recovery coordination across the federal family and with state and local partners in support of children’s education, health and housing;
* Consideration as to how the federal family can help ensure child care centers are able rebuild and restore services more quickly following a disaster, and;
* Increased public awareness efforts to educate families and protect children during disasters.

Big Brother Britain has more CCTV cameras than China
There are 4.2million closed circuit TV cameras here, one per every 14 people.
But in police state China, which has a population of 1.3billion, there are just 2.75million cameras, the equivalent of one for every 472,000 of its citizens.

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