Isn't it neat living in a faceless, futuristic police state?
East Germany would have KILLED for one of these things...
Seems they're already rather-broadly approved within
Alameda County for the following missions...
- Post-incident crime scene preservation and documentation
- Explosive ordinance disposal missions
- Response to hazardous materials spills
- Search and Rescue missions
- Public safety and life preservation missions to include barricaded suspects, hostage situations, active shooters, apprehension of armed and dangerous and/or violent fleeing suspects, and high-risk warrants
- Disaster response and recovery, to include natural and man-caused disasters incl. a full overview of a disaster area for post-incidental analysis and documentation
- Training missions as authorized by the Training Certificate of Authorization
- In response to specific requests from local, state, or federal fire authorities
- When there is probable cause to believe that (1) the sUAS will record images of a place, thing, condition, or event; and (2) that those images would be relevant in proving that a certain felony had occurred or is occurring, or that a particular person committed or is committing a certain felony and use of the sUAS does not infringe upon the reasonable expectation of privacy
- pursuant to a search warrant