A new Mobotix camera in the intake area of the Fayette County jail can record 360 degrees. Officials say the camera does the job of about five light of sight cameras, which are currently installed at the jail. The camera has the ability to transmit video to the Internet in real time. The city's law department is reviewing who should have access to the video stream. Photo provided by the Fayette County Detention Center.
A new Mobotix camera in the intake area of the Fayette County jail can record 360 degrees. Officials say the camera does the job of about five light of sight cameras, which are currently installed at the jail. The camera has the ability to transmit video to the Internet in real time. The city's law department is reviewing who should have access to the video stream. Photo provided by the Fayette County Detention Center.
A new Mobotix camera in the intake area of the Fayette County jail can record 360 degrees. Officials say the camera does the job of about five light of sight cameras, which are currently installed at the jail. The camera has the ability to transmit video to the Internet in real time. The city's law department is reviewing who should have access to the video stream. Photo provided by the Fayette County Detention Center.

New camera at Fayette jail offers possibility of Internet broadcast

September 29, 2011 12:00 AM

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