ACLU Compiles Data About Police Use of Cellphones in NJ


The American Civil Liberties Union has sent records requests to police departments and municipal clerks in the state’s 50 largest towns as part of 379 requests made nationwide to learn police policies on cellphone tracking, CourierPostOnline.com reports.

ACLU seeks data on how police track cell phones; 6 tri-county towns included

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