Stop Video Cameras at 24th and 16th and Mission!

Jan 05, 2007
Nicole A. Ozer

Page Media

ACLU of Northern CA

The Police Commission is about to decide whether to install 25 new surveillance cameras in locations around San Francisco, including multiple cameras at 24th and Mission and 16th and Mission.

The Commission has supported the installation of cameras because it says "the community wants them."

Please join concerned citizens to let the Police Commission know that you want REAL solutions, not ineffective solutions that put your civil liberties at risk.

We need you to come to the Police Commission meeting on Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 5:30 p.m. at San Francisco City Hall.

Read more about why video surveillance is just not the right solution here.

If you absolutely can not come to the meeting, please send an email or call the Police Commission and let them know you do not want cameras. Click here to send an email or call 415-553-1667.