Guilford County is hoping to employ a Real-Time Crime Center locally according to a Greensboro attorney. The technology would allow law enforcement to see crime on a map just as it happens which according to police would allow them to better serve their communities. Our Greensboro criminal lawyer has been advised that several of our neighboring counties are currently using crime centers and they have greatly helped law enforcement response to criminal activity.
Our top rated criminal lawyer believes it may served a positive purpose of being able to see what’s happening real time. The question with this sort of technology is what all will they be able to see and where for that matter? Our criminal attorney doesn’t know if this will include Ring doorbells or other similar surveillance technology. If they’re able to make use of technology we as tax payers pay for, should they have to pay us part of our fee?
Our criminal lawyer in Greensboro believes we are only at the tip of the iceberg when it comes to surveillance especially as technology advances. Law enforcement uses drones, wire taps and host of other technologies…the question is, what’s next?