Tell the Minneapolis City Council — BAN FACIAL RECOGNITION
Police are increasingly using surveillance technology and military equipment to further entrench racial bias into the criminal justice system, invade peoples' privacy, and wrongfully arrest innocent people. Now, Minneapolis has a chance to reign this in with a new measure called POSTME: Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology and Military Equipment.
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Tell your City Council member — BAN Facial Recognition and pass POSTME today!
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What is POSTME?
POSTME is a proposed Minneapolis law created within the ACLU’s nationwide Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS) effort. The CCOPS model bill has been successfully adopted in 13 major American cities and counting. With POSTME, Minneapolis could be the next city to join the movement. POSTME is endorsed by a coalition of local and national civil rights advocacy organizations.
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