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Topic - Dana G. Schrad
A diverse coalition of organizations and lawmakers said Tuesday that the use of drones by police and government agencies must be regulated to protect Virginians' privacy rights.
The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police opposes the bills, Executive Director Dana G. Schrad said in an interview.
"The concern we all have is that we don't want to be rushed into legislation we may not be happy with later -- legislation that may not fully address the best practices in law enforcement when it comes to surveillance," Ms. Schrad said.