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Seattle Surveillance Cameras

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March 21, 2013 - 1:35 pm

KBCS reporter, David Griffith has been following the controversy surrounding proposed surveillance cameras in several Seattle neighborhoods.

In March, the Seattle City Council passed a bill concerning public surveillance equipment and confirmed appointments to the Seattle Police Commission. Earlier this year Council Member Bruce Harrell listened to citizens voice opposition to cameras that were already visible along Alki Beach in West Seattle.

He promised to have policy legislation ready by the end of this month, but members of the audience at Monday’s meeting were not pleased with the result. Reporter David Griffith brings us more from City Hall.

Seattle Surveillance Cameras  – Wednesday, March 20, 2013