Who has access to the videos and photos?

Videos and photos collected by the UAS are stored for the purposes of conducting law enforcement investigations and subsequent prosecutions. Accordingly, videos and photos are generally accessible to police investigators for official use only. Like all police records, videos and photos may also be subject to additional release under the same rules and restrictions as BWC (body worn camera) videos and other items of evidence. Generally, UAS photos and videos are considered part of the investigative record and are not available to the public under the Missouri Sunshine Law or Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). For more details, please refer to CCPD Policy #503 on Audio/Video Recording.

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1. What is a drone or UAS?
2. Where are the videos and photos taken by the UAS stored?
3. Who has access to the videos and photos?
4. How is my privacy protected?
5. What training do UAS pilots undergo?
6. What rules and regulations must Creve Coeur Police UAS pilots follow?
7. How do I ask a question or make a complaint about UAS in Creve Coeur?