We should have some as semblance of freedom," a tourist from Colorado Springs said.Police admit with the new angles they could look into many Strip hotel rooms.Over the past year, the Las Vegas Strip has had its fair share of crime, with everything from a stabbing in the past week to a shooting that resulted in a crash and taxicab explosion that took three lives and injured five people on Feb. Now, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said it's going to have better eyes on one of the most famous streets in the world."Thirty-seven high-definition, full-pan-tilt zoom cameras up and down the Strip, ranging from the ‘Welcome to Las Vegas' sign all the way down to Sahara," Metro Capt. Receiving a more than 0,000 grant from the Department of Homeland Security, Metro said the new cameras have already helped officers in the past two months they've been in use."We were just assisting an officer on the ground to locate a suspicious device that someone put inside some of the landscaping in one of the hotels.I think everything is OK on the event, but it was the cameras that caught it," Duvall said.Its has 74 rooms, all with superb sea view, air conditioning, central heating, satellite TV, phone, safe deposit box and a mini-fridge.
The women are intoxicating, their moves are unreal, and their poles are well worn.This camera rotates itself and changes positions every minute showing 12 different areas.This is not a surveillance camera and images are not recorded.Some tourists on the Strip told FOX5 they're uneasy with what these cameras can observe."I do have kind of a Big Brother thing where they're watching everything I do.