After an increase in serious crimes at one of its rapid transit stations, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority plans to add more surveillance cameras inside and outside the station to help improve public safety. MBTA police reported 11 serious crimes at the Jackson Square station during the first six months of 2011, compared to 16 such crimes in all of 2010. The MBTA expects to install the cameras by the end of August. Link to full story in The Boston Globe.
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