It is being "rumored", that the Tucson police are using both audio and visual recordings to catch people dealing drugs in public parks.
The important word is "public." There is little or no expectation of privacy in a public park.
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Are you sure it is secret? Many times the state will use such video surveillance, but will be required to post signs alerting people of the cameras. Stop light cameras, for example. Contact an attorney in your jurisdiction to obtain information regarding state and municipal laws regarding the issue.
Please feel free to call Attorney Peter Blair for a FREE consultation. (619) 525-7005. Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC, specializing in Southern California Criminal Defense.