WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - It's estimated that you are photographed 30 times a day and most likely you don't know it. 22News explores some of the unlikely places you may be caught on camera.
Westfield Police Captain Michael McCabe told 22News, "We're now in the super electronic age and it's a super electronic age so that there are security cameras everywhere."
There are police-monitored cameras in several locations in Westfield.
Captain McCabe told 22News within weeks of installing them, they were instrumental in catching a man allegedly selling drugs out of his car.
He explained, "But there are other examples like the vandalism that goes on in the parks, it gives us the ability to have real time response to folks that are bathing, bending, stealing the copper that kind of thing."
At Stanley Park several cameras were installed after one of their ducks was beaten to death.
Donations rolled in to help fund them in memory of the duck named Ozzie.
Anyone can view them by simply by logging on to their website.
Stanley Park Managing Director Robert McKean told 22News, "The safety and protection of all of our people who visit us it's great to be there to make sure they're covered, it's recorded so if something happens we can go back and judge what happened in the light of what's happening today it's good to have recording."