Dec 082015
 December 8, 2015  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

Curt Prendergast reports:

Tucson police no longer use controversial cellphone-tracking devices in investigations, and haven’t for more than two years.

The devices, the subject of a lawsuit filed by the ACLU against the Tucson Police Department, were used in five police investigations since 2010. The city paid $408,000 in federal grant money to Florida-based Harris Corp. for a vehicle-mounted device and a backpack-sized device. That amounts to $81,600 per investigation.


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