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The Virginia Beach Police Department, the state s third-largest law enforcement organization, tries to maintain a high level of security and safety, particularly given the city s status as a popular tourist site. To that end, the department was interested in deploying a facial recognition system to determine the technology s value as a public safety tool. When the proposal to install a facial recognition system was introduced, however, controversy ensued. Citizen involvement, therefore, became an important factor in evaluating the acceptability of the technology. City leaders organized several town meetings so that citizens questions could be answered and the public could be educated on this topic. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), city officials, local community leaders, and outside experts participated in these meetings. A Facial Recognition Program Citizen s Advisory and Audit Committee was formed by a diverse group of citizens drawn from different organizations, including the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), the National Federation of Filipino Americans, the Hispanic Community Dialogue, the Virginia Beach Hotel/Motel Association, and the Council of Civic Leagues. This Committee provided input and aided in preparation of a general order outlining the use and operation of the facial recognition system. The Committee also serves as an auditor of the system to ensure the proper use, storage, and disposal of digital images. These efforts helped win community support. In August 2001, the police department applied for a Department of Criminal Justice Service grant. The grant was approved for $150,000. After the city council held a public hearing, the council voted to accept the grant and appropriated an additional $50,000 for the project. Virginia Beach already had a video surveillance system comprised of ten cameras in strategic locations throughout the Oceanfront area. As part of the facial recognition project, the city integrated three new cameras into the existing system. The facial recognition system, however, is housed on a separate, stand-alone computer to minimize unauthorized access. The facial recognition system s database will contain images of subjects with warrants (for example, felony warrants, misdemeanor warrants involving violence) or reports (for example, missing persons, runaways). In addition, endangered individuals such as Alzheimer s patients will be included. The chart below shows the numbers of outstanding warrants and active reports in Virginia as of September 2002:
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