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PHOTOS: New York City's Counter-Terrorism Center

Police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers

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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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    At the counter-terrorism center, police and private security personnel monitor more than 4,000 surveillance cameras and license plate readers mounted around the Financial District and surrounding parts of Lower Manhattan. Designed to identify potential threats it is modeled after London's 'Ring of Steel' system. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
 
 

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