Police, Fusus officials concerned about surveillance technology – Columbia Missourian | Episode Movies

After two informational open meetings this week, the Columbia chapter of the NAACP said it is helping the city roll out surveillance technology that would allow police to have real-time access to surveillance cameras.

Chapter President Mary Ratliff said she endorses the software because the information it provides would help avoid unnecessary police stops, particularly of black people who may be stopped for bearing a passing resemblance to a suspect.

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