Earlier this week, the founders of Center for Open Policing in Seattle hauled in another check from the SPD for $30,474.49. It was in response to a lawsuit filed over the Center for Open Policing's request to have the department submit GPS records from their patrol routes.

You can read more about it here, but it brings up a great discussion.

These kind of records being open to the public could create a trust between citizen and department. It could also cause complications and it could be spendy.