Plaquemine police eyeing $400k in surveillance technology, but experts warn it could cause more distrust

Plaquemine-area law enforcement is eyeing a huge swath of surveillance technology — roughly $400,000 worth of neighborhood cameras, ShotSpotter devices and license plate readers — to help combat a community unwilling to help in investigations. But, experts warn that additional surveillance on an already-reluctant population could breed more distrust than benefit.

Read the full article by Emma Kennedy for The Advocate