Seattle Shield Program Suspicious Activity Report: iPhone Photography

The following is an example of a suspicious activity report distributed to law enforcement and private security personnel. The report was produced by members of the Seattle Police Department and concerns a man suspected of “suspicious photography”.

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  • February 3, 2011


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3 comments for “Seattle Shield Program Suspicious Activity Report: iPhone Photography

  1. Corey Morris
    February 9, 2011 at 2:27 pm

    Isn’t it interesting that they have a drivers license photo for this SAR suspect? This guys has done nothing wrong yet somehow they get his DMV photo? How did they go from seeing a guy take photos of police office to then having a DMV photo of this suspect? The only answer is the SPD have a biometric database that is linked into the DMV. They seem to be getting around the whole 4th amendment problem here by showing the photo of this suspect but not listing his name. My bet is that the Washington fusion center (WAJAC) is involved. Most fusion centers in the united states now have these biometric databases that are linked to the DMV. I included a link to document related to the Arizona biometric database and how the fusion centers are involved.


  2. Big Brother
    October 5, 2012 at 7:38 pm

    If I were you I would quite responding and sighting these “anomalies”. Keep it up and they will know who you are as well.

  3. March 7, 2013 at 3:57 pm

    I filed related public records requests with Seattle Police Department:

    Suspicious Activity Reports 2012 Sharable with Seattle Shield Members:

    Seattle Shield Mailing List 2012:

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