|Dining Under the Star via Surveillance|
Here are a few questions that still haven't been answered:
|Tracking capabilities of proposed surveillance systems|
- What is the core objective of this project and what statistics are there currently that justify the effort. (i.e. is there an immediate need for this technology based on prior issues?)
- How sophiticated are these cameras and where will they be placed?
- What's the resolution and field of vision?
- How much of a residence will be seen for people who live on State Street?
- Will law enforcement be able to view live feeds from patrol cars?
- How long will the data be held (i.e 30 days) and who verifies it's deletion?
- Will this system to tied into Homeland Security or other federal databases?
- Statements made say video will rarely be viewed live. What's rarely? (one day a week? 10 minutes each hour?)
- Will the community be given a live demonstration of the technology?
- Will the program to be expanded to include other streets?
- Will the system be used proactively to leverage Intelligent Video Analysis for such things as loitering and illegal parking?
- Will public signs be posted identifying the surveillance cameras?
- Can they be provide in N. Olive parking garage?