The city of Tacoma will have to pay $50,000 in penalties as well as legal fees to the Center for Open Policing after a Pierce County Superior Court judge ruled this week the city wrongly redacted a nondisclosure agreement regarding police use of a cell site simulator, commonly known by the brand name Stingray.
The city of Tacoma will have to pay $50,000 in penalties as well as legal fees to the Center for Open Policing after a Pierce County Superior Court judge ruled this week the city wrongly redacted a nondisclosure agreement regarding police use of a cell site simulator, commonly known by the brand name Stingray. Peter Haley Staff file, 2014
The city of Tacoma will have to pay $50,000 in penalties as well as legal fees to the Center for Open Policing after a Pierce County Superior Court judge ruled this week the city wrongly redacted a nondisclosure agreement regarding police use of a cell site simulator, commonly known by the brand name Stingray. Peter Haley Staff file, 2014

Tacoma hit with $50,000 fine plus legal fees over Stingray nondisclosure agreement

March 03, 2017 06:08 PM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 06:49 AM

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