Katy Reckdahl reports:
It’s not the type of crime that typically ends in arrest: a murder in a parking garage after a suspected drug deal. But a camera from the New Orleans Police Department’s $40 million camera system caught high-definition images of the probable killer.
The department disseminated clear images and made an arrest within a few days, Michael S. Harrison, the New Orleans police superintendent, told the privacy expert Julia Angwin in a panel discussion on the future of policing.
“That’s how we are able to go to surviving victims or families of victims and tell them, ‘Yes, justice is served,’” Superintendent Harrison told Ms. Angwin.
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