Public Comments - Surveillance Technology Use Plan
Public comments period: 2/22/2022 - 2/29/2022
The surveillance Technology use plan aims to specify the purpose, authorized and prohibited uses, information/data that can be collected, data access, data protection, data retention, public access, third-party data sharing, training, and oversight mechanisms.
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