Smile...Big Brother is watching you June 22, 2005 at 12:08 PM CDT - Updated July 27 at 2:10 AM The Memphis City Council has approved mounting cameras at intersections to record traffic violations and ticket violators by mail. The new ordinance passed last night doesn't specify which intersections or how many cameras will be installed. Instead, Memphis police will decide those issues. There's also no timetable for when a system will be in place. The city looked to neighboring Germantown, which has had two cameras in place for three years. Officials attribute a 25 percent reduction in accidents to the cameras. A ticket in Memphis for running a red light would carry a 50 dollar fine. But the ticket would not be considered a moving violation and would not be recorded on a driver's record with police or the Tennessee Department of Safety.