Harrisburg’s $452K street surveillance: how is privacy protected?


Emily Previti
Pennlive.com
March 28, 2014

The capital city’s new surveillance system allows police to pan, zoom and recall footage at 10 key locations, with more to come by next summer.

Already, the cameras – which aren’t constantly monitored, but always are recording – have helped make Harrisburg officers make arrest, said Capt. Colin Cleary Friday.

But what about the risk that officers might invade people’s privacy, even if unintentionally, using the powerful technology?

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