St. Louis aldermen considering new crime fighting tool, aerial reconnaissance flights

ST. LOUIS - At a special hearing Tuesday, St. Louis Aldermen listen to the details of a new way to fight crime. The program involves ‘Eyes in the Sky’ is called the Community Support Program.

A representative of the program told Aldermen they'd have three photographic planes covering 95 percent of St Louis.

The planes would be flying for 40 hours a week.

 

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BB 200 - Community Support Program Perfection
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Resolution 24 AA (As Amended) sponsored by Ald. Tom Oldenburg (16th).

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