Or perhaps you think they should all be removed. If you were in charge, what would you do to promote road safety and enforce it? My personal view is that APR cameras are more effective and safer to implement since they force slower driving speeds over longer distances rather than in one particular location.
I respected his desire for someone he'd only just met not to be appear to be completely representing his opinions online and naming him after a 15 minute conversation. You'd probably have agreed with his opinons on Facebook and Google. Would you then be seeking to undermine him with comments about 'on record'..? I doubt it.
Generally, as a policeman with actual experience of real life that most of us are insulated from by the very system you seek to destabalise for the sake of your privacy, he supported CCTV as a useful means of gathering evidence and prosecuting criminals. He also pointed out that most CCTV is not owned or operated by the police but by councils and the government and he couldn't speak for their actions or intentions, I mention that for accuracy. Also, CCTV as a privacy issue and speed cameras as a hidden revenue generating tool are two completely different issues, please don't confuse the two. Unless you have a way to tie speed cameras to the privacy debate, which I'd love to hear?
Now, can we carry on this debate without those kind of tactics being used? Let's just stick to facts.