Madison schools set to ban hidden surveillance cameras
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Madison school district plans to ban hidden surveillance cameras after officials placed them in a high school locker room.
The Wisconsin State Journal reports that the school board plans to forbid hidden cameras later this month.
Right now the superintendent can permit the use of hidden cameras except in areas where there's an expectation of privacy, such as locker rooms or bathrooms.
The changes come after security staff at East High School discovered hidden cameras in a coach's office within a locker room in January.
The district had approved the camera in an effort to catch an employee sleeping on the job.
Police determined that one of the cameras was aimed toward an area where disabled students change.