Opinion of leaders of jurisdiction's primary law enforcement agency about trade-offs between protecting privacy and ensuring public safety
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Some people think that in order to prevent crime, it is important for law enforcement agencies to maximize surveillance, as through the use of dashboard cameras, body cameras, and public surveillance, even if this threatens personal privacy. Others think it is more important to ensure personal privacy, even if that might raise the risk of crime. How do you think the leaders of the primary law enforcement agency that serves your jurisdiction feel about the trade-offs between protecting privacy and ensuring public safety?