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WTF California: Should Police Departments Be Using Drones?

by ECT

On this episode of WTF California, we discuss whether or not law enforcement should utilize drones as the City of Concord and its police department are holding a series of meetings. Contra Costa County District Attorney’s Office sees two top prosecutors resign from team that investigates police shootings. We also discuss an article suggesting Antioch place its MX and Dirt Bike track in the middle of the city plus much more.

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3 comments

Charles May 18, 2021 - 11:53 am

No. That is an infringement to privacy not that there is any privacy left. Good thing I have a emp so the drone will stand no chance.

Bob Otto May 18, 2021 - 2:54 pm

Drones, choppers, planes —- lots and lots of security cameras

Two Wheeler May 19, 2021 - 6:49 am

Plenty of Tin Foil Hat wearing people have expressed concerns about Concord drone use. Concord doesn’t have the time or personnel to look in your backyard for an illegal shed. (That was in a few of the comments). They don’t have the time to deal with the illegally parked cars, the hoarder houses, and the multiple violent incidents. The PD is down 30 officers with no plans to rehire them. Morale is in the toilet there.
The drones have been in use are are used for searching for missing persons, tactical teams, etc. I get the desire for some rules, but let’s be a little more serious. No one cares about the shed in your backyard not having a permit.
Appreciate the podcast.

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