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California Law enforcement agencies end facial recognition software Jan. 2020

California Law enforcement agencies end facial recognition software Jan. 2020

Dec 20, 2019

 After sustained outcry from civil liberties groups, law enforcement agencies in San Diego County will eliminate their facial recognition platform on Jan. 1, 2020.  The Tactical Identification System (TACIDS) launched in 2012 gave local, state and federal agencies a common database of facial scans. Officers could use their phones and tablets to conduct searches and […]

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Sean is a director on San Diego Bail Association

Sean is a director on San Diego Bail Association

Dec 13, 2019

 I decided to sit down and interview my husband to get his take on what he will bring to the association, and have a little fun with him.Here is our Q&A session.  Q. The votes are in, you are the newest member of the San Diego Bail Association, how does that make you feel? A. […]

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If you died in jail, would you have served your sentence?

If you died in jail, would you have served your sentence?

Nov 21, 2019

 What’s your take? A man in prison was serving a life sentence for committing a murder, but while in jail died and was brought back to life.  This man is now saying that his sentence has been served and that he should be released.  Here is a bit of the back story.  Benjamin Schreiber was […]

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District Attorney’s Office Pays for Tattoo Removal

District Attorney’s Office Pays for Tattoo Removal

Nov 16, 2019

The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office has teamed up with  tattoo removal experts to offer free tattoo removal for individuals with gang-related, face, neck, and/or hand tattoos.  The DA’s office says this is to assist people with gang tattoos that may be preventing them from getting a job. Tattoo removal takes an average of […]

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