Cable TV Workers Trained To Spy and Tattle On Citizens

Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 07/23/2009 - 10:58pm.

Bright House Networks is launching a new neighborhood watch initiative Thursday.  Operation Bright Eyes is designed to maximize the eyes and ears of Bright House Networks field service representatives and other employees to easily identify suspicious behavior and to quickly report criminal activities to police.

Bright House says each of its 3,000 employees, including hundreds who regularly drive through and become familiar with residents and activities in neighborhoods, will receive crime-watch training designed by Central Florida Crimeline. Employees will also be equipped with a comprehensive list of emergency numbers to call. Current and new employees will receive the training. "Were committing our people, including hundreds of folks intimately familiar with the routes they drive, to helping law enforcement keep our neighborhoods safe. This is all about using the resources already at our disposal to do the right thing for our community," said J. Christian Fenger, president of Bright House Networks Central Florida division in a written release.

Bright House Networks is the 6th largest multiple cable system operator in the United States with 2.4 million customers in several large cities including Tampa Bay and Orlando, Florida; Bakersfield, California; Indianapolis, Indiana; Detroit, Michigan; and Birmingham, Alabama; along with several other smaller regions in Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.

July 23, 2009 - source WOFL-FOX35

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Submitted by SadInAmerica on Thu, 07/23/2009 - 10:58pm.