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Thomas Ruffin, Jr., and Horace L. Bradshaw, Jr., class action lawsuit charging civil rights violations by the Automated Traffic Enforcement System (ATES), April 2003

Hearing by the City Council Committee on the Judiciary and the Committee on Public Works and the Environment on the Use of Video Technology in Police Surveillance and Traffic Control, June 13, 2002

  • Testimony of Margret Kellems, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice
  • Testimony of Dan Tangherlini, Acting Director, District Department of Transportation
  • Testimony of Nkechi Taifa, American Civil Liberties Union of the National Capital Area
  • Testimony of Guy Gwynne, Federation of Citizens Associations of the District of Columbia
  • Testimony of Ann Loikow, Cleveland Park Citizens Association
  • Metropolitan Police Department, proposed rulemaking on Closed Circuit Television Cameras (surveillance cameras)

Hearing by the House of Representatives Committee on Government Reform, Subcommittee on the District of Columbia, March 22, 2002

ABA Standards on Technologically-Assisted Physical Surveillance

City Council, Metropolitan Police Department Video Surveillance Regulations Temporary Act of 2002, Bill 14-566

Metropolitan Police Department draft general order on surveillance cameras, April 4, 2002

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