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Park Surveillance 0128 Schmidt SPD position

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Published on May 21, 2010

Seattle City Council Parks & Seattle Center committee 2010-05-20, agenda item 5: Cal Anderson Park Surveillance Camera pilot program:

Bagshaw asked Schmidt if, from the Police Department standpoint, he has a position or preference on the cameras. Schmidt replied: 1. they are "a fan of" any kind of tool that's available that would help them solve crime
2. they believe the cameras could help them solve crime that could ocur in Bobby Morris Playfield or Cal Anderson Park
3. that they want to balance community interests, because they are community partners, too
4. they spoke to those who are interested in keeping the cameras: developers and some schools in the area
5. they spoke to those who "are not fans" of the cameras: some citizens using the park who are not fans of the cameras
6. their focus is on public safety
7. they have the position that they would like to keep the cameras for solving crime
8. they would like to discuss the live and active monitoring portion
9. discussion of live and active monitoring portion might be where they can balance the citizens' interest in privacy

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