By Adrienne Fong
SF’S PRIVATE CAMERA POLICY MUST BE
AMENDED: SPEAK OUT BEFORE TUESDAY AT 2PM
EMAIL the SF Board of Supervisors TODAY!
Click below for prepared email:
At four hearings at the rules committee over the summer, the majority of public comment was opposed to letting SFPD use private cameras for real-time live monitoring of city streets. But the proposal for a year long pilot of live monitoring remains on the table at Tuesday’s board meeting for a final vote.
It can still be amended, possibly to remove live monitoring altogether or at least remove it from protests, rallies, demonstrations, parades and other large crowded events. But these amendments will only be introduced on Tuesday if you speak up now — and convince wavering supervisors that they must support the amendments.
Supes advance SFPD surveillance policy despite pushback – September 12, 2022