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Statement of The Constitution Project Regarding the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency’s Rules for the Use of Closed Circuit Television
TCP's prepared statement to DC City Council urges greater privacy safeguards for planned network of surveillance cameras.
Coalition Letter to DC Council regarding video surveillance
Coalition letter urges DC Council to strip funding for Video Interoperability for Public Safety program due to unanswered questions and need for privacy safeguards.
Letter to DC Mayor Fentry regarding video surveillance
Letter from TCP urges Mayor Fenty to ensure that new Video Interoperability for Public Safety camera program incorporates privacy safeguards.
Testimony of Constitution Project to D.C. Council Hearing Regarding Video Surveillance
Will DeVries on behalf of TCP, urges Council to amend proposed bill on video surveillance system to incorporate greater privacy safeguards.
Guidelines for Public Video Surveillance: A Guide to Protecting Communities and Preserving Civil Liberties
Liberty and Security Committee report analyzes civil liberties issues raised by public camera systems and provides guidance for establishing video surveillance systems that protect both safety and individual rights. Includes model legislation for local jurisdictions to adapt.
Testimony of Constitution Project to D.C. Council Public Roundtable Regarding Video Surveillance
Prepared testimony of Will DeVries on behalf of TCP, urging DC Council to incorporate privacy safeguards DC's public video surveillance program.
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