Overworked Capitol Police - who monitor safety of members of Congress reportedly stopped 'continuously monitoring' video of pelosi home
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11/02/2022 03:49 PM
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Re: Overworked Capitol Police - who monitor safety of members of Congress reportedly stopped 'continuously monitoring' video of pelosi home
Retired Fire Alarm / Security / Camera Tech here:
I've installed some high quality security cameras but willing to bet big $$$$ no where near the quality Pissoli has around their house / community...
Even the systems you can buy at Walmart can be set up block out certain areas so you can ignore trees / leaves moving in the wind or a cat walking across a porch, and concentrate on specific areas (like entry doors) and will send an alarm - alert to the monitoring center...
I doubt they have someone dedicated to specifically monitor "her house" full 24 / 7 or someone dedicated to each member of congress...
I've been in some big monitoring centers and am familiar how they operate and dispatch officers in the field...
The "stopped monitoring" story is more of a diversion- cover up...if they stopped monitoring in person, the footage is still on the "in home DVR" as well as the monitoring center servers...
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