Take, for example, the camera at the intersection of Charles Street and Lake Avenue in North Baltimore. Initially, officials said it was to protect students at the Church of the Redeemer preschool on Charles Street, but after objections from AAA Mid-Atlantic, the city agreed to limit its cameras to areas around K-12 schools. It didn't move the camera, though, but switched its justification to the Bryn Mawr school, which is within half a mile of the camera as the crow flies. That begs the question: Was the placement of that camera driven by a finding that a large number of children on their way to and from school were at risk, and maybe the city was just confused about which school they attended, despite Bryn Mawr offering the clues that its students are older, all girls and wearing green and white uniforms? Or was it perhaps determined by the fact that the speed limit for traffic southbound on Charles Street drops from 40 miles per hour to 30 just before that spot?