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US to foot bill for hundreds of surveillance cameras for downtown Houston --Homeland Security picking up tab for 250-300 surveillance cameras --Every downtown intersection will be equipped with a camera. 24 Nov 2010 The city is installing 250 to 300 cameras at downtown intersections in an effort to prevent and fight terrorism and crime, part of a security initiative sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. "The intent is to protect critical infrastructure and prevent terrorism," said Dennis Storemski, the city's director of the Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security. "Experience has shown that when people plan terroristic acts, they plan and they do dry runs, so what we would be looking for is suspicious activity around certain locations. And for any crimes, you can go back and look at the video and identify the perpetrators."