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Drones: It’s time to address their implications for privacy and policing by consent

The vast majority of UK forces now have drone capability, but whilst the emphasis has been on their potential to assist policing, little attention has been paid to whether their presence compromises people’s privacy and undermines basic Peelian Principles of policing by consent. Inspector Darren Green says it’s time to have the conversation. 

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