This bill can keep your face out of a police database

Face-scanning police body cameras are a radical expansion of surveillance that could quickly become reality in California, but you can stop it. Body cameras should be focused on police misconduct, not on our faces. Call California Legislators and say “Do not support pervasive surveillance and vote YES on AB 1215.”

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Body cameras should be used for transparency

Not surveillance.

Californians were promised that body cameras would be a technology that holds police accountable and guards communities against police misconduct. Implanting body cameras with face recognition software would do the exact opposite of what was promised to communities across California.

The Body Camera Accountability Act (AB 1215) is the solution to this the issue. The bill would prevent the use of face surveillance and other biometric surveillance tech with police body cameras or similar devices.

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Supporting Groups

ACLU of California
API Chaya
Anti Police-Terror Project
Asian Law Alliance
Center for Media Justice
Citizens, Rise!
Color of Change
Council on American-Islamic Relations of California CRASH Space
Data for Black Lives
Defending Rights and Dissent
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Fight for the Future
Indivisible CA
Justice Teams Network
Media Alliance
Oakland Privacy
Root Access
San Jose/Silicon Valley NAACP
Secure Justice
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers Library Freedom Project
Tor Project