More details on Fusus will emerge at the policy development meeting in Columbia, Missourian | Episode Movies

The Columbia Police Department will submit a revised draft policy based on community feedback on Fusus, a surveillance camera technology, to the Columbia City Council at its November 21 meeting.

Fusus is software that Columbia Police Chief Geoff Jones wants to buy. It allows police to view a map of registered surveillance cameras and access their video feeds in real-time. Camera owners would have the ability to join the system and expand, limit or revoke access at any time.

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