How to use Cctv in a sentence

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  • Is there a need for CCTV on the back of certain vehicles to eliminate or reduce blind spots during any unavoidable reversing?

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  • Police have released a CCTV picture of a man who robbed a supermarket cashier.

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  • The CCTV Professional tape works in any VHS recorder, delivering crisp definition and almost eliminating dropouts.

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  • In your position I would have a CCTV survey undertaken first.

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  • Our CCTV initiative aims to improve public safety and confidence whilst actively deterring crime.

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  • Neither will any attempt be made to identify informants collecting rewards at banks, using CCTV systems.

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  • Reports indicate that he was caught on CCTV cameras carelessly tossing sawdust on some particularly malodorous vomitus at Theydon Bois.

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  • Despite its prevalence CCTV is still not regulated expressly by statute.

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  • Earlier, the jury was shown CCTV images of both Singh and the alleged victim entering the secluded subway alone.

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  • No scope for anonymity and personal freedom - ID cards, CCTV, databases, DNA samples, retina scans?

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  • Each room is equipped with CCTV and has an adjacent tote facility.

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  • Underground parking could be more secure - owners can club together for CCTV or security patrols.

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  • The traditional CCTV camera that springs to mind when you think of a "surveillance camera" is known as a "box" or "full body" camera.

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  • Hundreds of people backed calls for CCTV cameras to be installed in Kirkwall to combat vandalism.

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