How often are you mindful of the fact that you are being watched?
Suspects are more likely to take notice of cameras, according to Director at L&S Threat Management, Professor Gerard Labuschagne.
Labuschagne describes the circumstances that would prompt someone to act out even when there is a camera on them.
I think that we have become very used to it, but most of us are not doing anything where we would be concerned that other people are watching.— Professor Gerard Labuschagne, Director at L&S Threat Management
You will just get that segment of the population, people who just don't care about the consequences of what is happening. You get people who are under the influence, for that reason might not care about whether their behavior is being noticed or not.— Professor Gerard Labuschagne, Director at L&S Threat Management
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This article first appeared on 702 : How the presence of cameras changes human behavior