DOJ Warns Calexico Police: Fix Institutional Problems Before Adopting Surveillance Tech | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Maybe the US government should take it’s own advice and follow it

Law enforcement agencies should not expand their electronic surveillance capabilities until they have addressed core problems of corruption, incompetence, poor oversight, and inadequate training. Echoing concerns long raised by EFF, that’s the message the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) sent the Calexico Police Department (CPD) following a years-long investigation into alleged corruption by officers.

Source: DOJ Warns Calexico Police: Fix Institutional Problems Before Adopting Surveillance Tech | Electronic Frontier Foundation

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