Baltimore police chief wary of aerial surveillance plan backed by GBC

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison says he is reluctant to embrace an aerial surveillance program a leading business group is urging the city to adopt in its fight against crime. The Greater Baltimore Committee's board on Wednesday called for a three-year test period for an aerial surveillance system to reduce the violent crime that business leaders ...

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