In This Section
Video Surveillance
You Are Being Watched spotlights the high costs of camera surveillance systems, both in terms of money and civil liberties. Do we want a society where we live under an ever-watchful video eye?

NewsAbout The IssueTrue StoriesResourcesIn The StatesTake Action
Home > In The States > Louisiana

New Orleans

"Trial beginning over New Orleans' crime cameras," Associated Press, September 14,2009. Online>

"DA says crime cameras have yet to be used to convict a suspect," WWL TV, June 1, 2009. Online>

"Details of New Orleans crime camera contract being revealed in competitors lawsuit," The Times-Picayune, May 8, 2009. Online>

"In Louisiana, the tide may be turning on corruption," The Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2009. Online>

"Nagin's former tech 'whiz' may have worked to aid former partners," The Times-Picayune, March 25, 2009. Online>

"Watchdog: Problems with N.O. camera effort," Associated Press, March 3, 2009. Online>

"Inspector General Report finds fault with N.O. crime camera contracting procedures," WWLTV, March 3, 2009. Online>

"Cities opening more video surveillance eyes," USA TODAY, July 18, 2005.  Online>

"Surveillance cameras survey all parts of daily life," Associated Press, April 17, 2005.  Online>

Terrebonne Parish

"Board OKs more bus surveillance," Tri-Parish Times, September 9,2009. Online>


Check back for news and information about your state!

Do you know something we don't?

Please email to alert us with news about Video Surveillance and CCTV systems in your community.

aclu logo Privacy | User Agreement | Site Map | Contact Us :
This is the Web site of the American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU Foundation. Learn more about the distinction between these two components of the ACLU.