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A Flock camera is pictured from a brochure given to the City of Goshen.

GOSHEN — Goshen will be the latest city in Indiana to put up license plate surveillance cameras under a $20,000 agreement approved this week.

The Goshen Board of Works authorized an agreement between the city police department and Flock Group Inc. The city will use eight Flock Falcon cameras at a cost of $2,500 each, with the option to renew the $20,000 agreement one year at a time.

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Elkhart's cameras are not connected to any type of state or national database.


So because of a few criminals, the entire driving population of Goshen, and visitors are now under 24/7 surveillance. What is else is being done with this data? Who is it being sold to? Who is Flock Group and who owns them? Yet more reasons not to go into Goshen.


So, for a few criminals, EVERYONE is now under constant surveillance. Yet another reason to stay away from Goshen. What else is "Flock Group" doing with that information, and who owns Flock Group?

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