Fifth surveillance technologies policy public meeting

Community Event
This is the open and public discussion and conversation for Module III of the policy. This meeting will include the following discussion topics: Surveillance Technologies Procurement and Privacy Services.
5:30 pm 7:30 pm
Available Online

This event is part of the participatory process for the City of Portland’s surveillance technologies policy development. 

This is the open and public discussion and conversation for Module III of the policy. This meeting will include the following discussion topics: Surveillance Technologies Procurement and Privacy Services.

To learn more about the whole policy development process and future events visit this blog post.

This event is organized by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability Smart City PDX Program and the Office of Equity and Human Rights. 

Watch event recording

Reading materials and recommended resources

We intend to have informed conversations and discussions. Unfortunately, the time to provide literacy and education on issues is limited in these events, but we will do our best to accommodate required conversations. 

We recommend you to look at the following resources and materials before joining the event:

  1. City of Portland Privacy and Information Protection Principles  

  2. Seattle’s policy for acquisition and use of surveillance technologies 

  3. San Francisco’s Chapter 19B: Acquisition of Surveillance Technology

  4. Guidance for the Development of AI Risk and Impact Assessments. UC Berkeley Center for the Long Term Cybersecurity. 2021. 

  5. Constructing a Surveillance Impact Assessment. David Wright.

  6. Privacy Impact Assessment policies help cities use and share data responsibly with their communities. Blog post Future of Privacy Forum.

  7. A Taxonomy of Police Technology’s Racial Inequity Problems. Laura Moy. Georgetown University. Paper.

  8. Examples of government agencies privacy impact assessments: FTC, US GAO, Seattle’s privacy reviews, Seattle’s surveillance reviews.

  9. Privacy by design principles

  10. Article, Protecting data Protecting residents – Whitepaper

About Smart City PDX

Smart City PDX is a program of the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability of the City of Portland and its mission includes to use data and technology responsibly to support a healthy, safe, more affordable and prosperous Portland for everyone.

About the Office of Equity and Human Rights

The Office of Equity and Human Rights is a City of Portland agency that promotes equity and reduction of disparities within City government; it also works with community partners to promote equity and inclusion within Portland and throughout the region, producing measurable improvements and disparity reductions.

About Cascadia Partners

Cascadia Partners is a diverse team of mission-driven public engagement and urban planning specialists who facilitate meaningful and responsive planning and policy making processes using their technical expertise alongside input learned from communities who are most impacted.

Services provided

Please let us know as soon as possible if you need special accommodations, ASL or interpretation services. Email us at smartcitypdx@portlandoregon.gov about any accommodations needed.