A $5 million contract would bring more traffic cameras to public streets. Some worry data captured could be misused.
An updated camera system could help Detroit’s parking department find vehicles with six or more unpaid fines.
DPD is seeking a $5 million contact to buy more cameras which automatically take pictures of vehicles on public streets across Detroit.
Wayne County judge finds Detroit City Council obeyed its legal obligation to inform the public before approving a contract for police surveillance tools.
A lawsuit seeks to void multi-million dollar contracts for ShotSpotter, a controversial gunshot detection technology used by the Detroit Police Department.
The Detroit Board of Police Commissioners created a Youth Advisory Panel to “shape a new era” of policing and social justice.
As the Detroit City Council assumes the power to approve the city’s towing agreements, an emergency session on Monday extends contracts to seven companies.
An advocacy group alleges a Detroit-based towing firm is targeting vulnerable residents, but the company counters it’s doing nothing wrong.
The mayor’s office wants more time to hear from residents after hearing “several concerns” about the audio surveillance technology.
Residents complained and police responded. Here’s the plan to tackle drifting and drag racing in Detroit this summer.