Proposed Police Programs Put Your Privacy at Stake
Austin’s police chief proposes a policy of mandatory blood withdrawals for drunk driving suspects who refuse a breathalyzer test.
Now the chief favors video surveillance across the city, new requirements for DNA samples for detainees, and police checkpoints, making everyone a suspect.
Is this the end of privacy as we know it?
Join a Public Forum, March 30th.
Panelists include: Art Acevedo – Austin Chief of Police, Deborah Russell – American Civil Liberties Union, Karen Housewright – Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Mike Martinez – Austin City Council, John Bush – Texans for Accountable Government.
Austin City Hall
301 W. 2nd Street, Austin, Texas 78701
Forum Begins at 6pm in Council Chambers
Parking available in garage under City Hall.
Sponsored by Texans for Accountable Government
For more information, call (318) 617-8292
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