Chicago residents can now apply for up to $1,020 in rebates through the city’s Home and Business Protection Program to purchase security cameras, lights, a GPS tracker and more. City officials say this program will allow residents and business owners to feel safer, but critics are concerned about increased surveillance and potential misuse of video footage.
Reset checks in with a city official and a legal adviser.
GUESTS: Tamara Mahal, chief coordination officer at the Community Safety Coordination Center
Peter Hanna, legal adviser on privacy and technology for the ACLU of Illinois