WESTWOOD — The borough will equip its train station with surveillance cameras as a result of several recent acts of vandalism there, officials say.

Borough Administrator Robert Hoffmann said this week that the cameras will be installed within the next week.

The Borough Council will pay $5,959.25 to mount three cameras outside of the station, while the borough Heritage Society will cover the cost of additional cameras inside the building, Hoffmann said.

Hoffmann said the state-of-the-art cameras will provide a live feed to the Police Department and will allow full facial recognition.

(don't trust the police; fuck the police - fc)