Trash collectors to serve as eyes and ears in the street for police

Note:  Again, this is a sign that the snitch culture has arrived.  We, each of us, are enabling this fascist takeover of the U.S.  So, to all of the low- and high-level co-operatives, please realize that you are on the front lines of this: directives mean nothing, if there is no one there to take them.  These are your families being targeted as well — Michael Edwards.

Waste Management workers are out and about when almost everyone else is not. Except someone who might be up to no good.

A former FBI agent recently trained all Waste Management drivers, helpers and technicians in Rensselaer and Albany Counties to act as a mobile community watch.

“They’re on these routes every day so they’re used to the normal situation so they are able to recognize a non-normal situation,” explains Ken Bevis of Waste Management. Trucks are now armed with a cell phone, camera and incident reports so they’ll have accurate information for police and, possibly, prosecutors.

“The drivers understand their main job is to observe and report and let authorities do their job,” explains Bevis.

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