Sky News 
Monday, August 24, 2009
An internal police report has raised serious concerns about whether CCTV is being used effectively in the fight against crime.
The document reveals that CCTV footage was used to solve less than one crime for every 1,000 cameras in London.
Obtained from Scotland Yard using the Freedom of Information Act, the report recommends an overhaul of the way CCTV is handled across the UK.
The criticisms in the study make uncomfortable reading for both senior police officers and politicians alike.