Quasi-private protection services have come to a Baltimore neighborhood called (cough) Pigtown, with a local group—the rather Jacobin-sounding Public Safety Committee—installing 16 surveillance cameras and nearly 20 wrought-iron gates. The effort is independent of the city government but not of the government itself: The committee receives city, state, and federal grants.
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