Examples of surveillance in a Sentence
government surveillance of suspected terrorists
The bank robbery was recorded by surveillance video cameras.
Recent Examples of surveillance from the Web
Kim turned himself into police after a family member recognized him from surveillance video and encouraged him to come forward, according to a news release from the Meridian Police Department.
Authorities said surveillance video shows Davis Jr. leaving his dorm to retrieve a handgun belonging to his father, a part-time Bellwood police officer and Illinois National Guard veteran who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
In a letter to parents and community members, Blalock said the recent report which alleged that a staff member possibly fractured a student’s was investigated promptly by reviewing surveillance video, and interviewing students and staff.
This two-page letter makes the case where second special counsel that would investigate alleged government surveillance abuse and allege political bias at the FBI and Justice Department.
But prosecutors had the surveillance video that showed Morris, of Fort Worth, Texas, and Arochi walking together at 3:55 a.m the day Morris disappeared.
Police were collecting surveillance video and interviewing witnesses.
When an Aurora police school resource officer was watching surveillance video of the burglary, a school administrator recognized Black as a former student, police said.
Trump and Republicans also have encouraged Sessions to look further into the surveillance abuse allegations.
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SURVEILLANCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of surveillance for English Language Learners
: the act of carefully watching someone or something especially in order to prevent or detect a crime
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