Federal Appeals Court Hears Arguments In Suit Aiming To Permanently Ground Baltimore's Aerial Surveillance ProgramBaltimore's controversial spy plane is over and some now want it grounded for good.
Baltimore Police Department Releases Preliminary Report On Aerial Surveillance ProgramOne day after the ACLU of Maryland argued against Baltimore's aerial surveillance program, the city's police department released a preliminary report outlining how the data collected from the planes has been used.
Baltimore Police Launch Surveillance Plane Pilot Program The Baltimore Police Department launched Friday its controversial surveillance plane pilot program.
Baltimore Police Aerial Investigation Pilot Program Launches FridayBaltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says the surveillance plane program will begin in the city on Friday.
Judge Clears Baltimore’s Planned Aerial Surveillance Pilot ProgramA federal judge on Friday cleared a planned pilot program by the Baltimore Police Department to consistently surveil the city for six months using cameras attached to airplanes.
Baltimore Police Lawyers: Surveillance Planes Should FlyLawyers for the Baltimore Police Department told a federal judge on Tuesday that plans for camera-equipped planes to conduct aerial surveillance of the city should proceed, saying the crime-fighting tactic is constitutional despite the objections of civil liberties advocates.
ACLU Of Maryland Files Lawsuit Against Baltimore Police Over Private Plane Surveillance ProgramThe ACLU argues in the lawsuit the surveillance system could present a threat to citizen's individual rights to privacy, under the First and Fourth Amendment.
Baltimore City Board Of Estimates Votes In Favor Of Contract To Launch Surveillance Plane Pilot ProgramThe Baltimore Board of Estimates voted in favor Wednesday of a contract to launch a second aerial surveillance pilot program in the city.
Baltimore Police Hold Public Forum To Discuss Surveillance Plane Pilot ProgramIn just a few weeks, surveillance planes will fly over Baltimore City, only this time, it won't be a secret like it was three years ago.
Nearly Three Quarters Of Baltimoreans Support Controversial Surveillance Plane, Poll FindsA new survey shows nearly three-quarters of Baltimore residents are in favor of a controversial surveillance plane designed to help the city fight crime from the air.
Baltimore Police Commissioner Has ‘No Plans’ To Bring Back Surveillance PlaneBaltimore’s police commissioner will not support flying a surveillance plane over the city again.
Remember The Surveillance Plane That Flew Over Baltimore? It Could Fly AgainThe owner of Persistent Surveillance Systems said Tuesday he is meeting with Baltimore City Police Commissioner Michael Harrison next week.
Baltimore City Council Holds Heated Hearing On Bringing Back Surveillance PlaneThe founder of the Ohio company that operates the privately-funded plane came to Baltimore to make his case Tuesday night.
Some Believe Return Of Surveillance Plane Will Deter Crime, Police Corruption In BaltimoreThe controversial private plane that once flew over Baltimore, taking pictures of the entire city, could be making a comeback.
Group Trying To Get Baltimore Police Surveillance Plane Flying AgainA group is attempting to get the grounded Baltimore police surveillance airplane flying again.