Engage Community Advisory Boards for Technology Policy
Law enforcement agencies across the state shall engage and collaborate with community members, using community advisory bodies, when they develop a policy for use of technology; exceptions shall be made for proprietary technology the public knowledge of which would impede law enforcement’s capabilities. Applicant screening practices and confidentiality policies endorsed by Citizen Review Boards shall be applied to use of technology community advisory boards.
(Adapted from Recommendation 2.3 of Presidential Task Force on 21st Century Policing report)
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