@Randy_CA - wow, I did not know that. Makes sense though. I was guessing the sec cam issue was more that residents would claim you are somehow violating their privacy. If legal it seems like a genius way to get rid of suspected drug dealers - skip paying for the off duty cop to hang out. Instead mount a wireless web cam prominently on a pole and aim it right at his driveway and front door. Couple weeks of that and I figure he'll get out of town. But - if it's illegal - no dice.
I also was thinking security cameras as a way of remote property monitoring - rule violations were in my mind, not safety. Parking on the streets, junk in yards, etc.
Broadband capabilities are growing better and better every year, so I would think this would be eventually possible to help monitor a portfolio of parks.
:Resident with loud subwoofers in his car receives text message on phone:
"Attention Mr. Loudguy. Our microphones detect 60 hz sound waves coming from your trunk at a volume of 100 decibels from 30 feet away. You are now fined $5 million dollars, due immediately, for interfering with the peaceful enjoyment of your neighbors. Be advised our security cameras taped you sitting in your car playing the music as well. Thank you and have a nice day. Sincerely, robo-park-cop."