Indiana Police Department Accused of Hiding Recording Devices in Ceiling to Illegally Record Employees

Command staff in the New Carlisle [Indiana] Police Department are being accused of secretly recording private conversations in a civil wiretapping lawsuit filed Monday.

The lawsuit was filed by Jeff Roseboom, Abby Moffitt, Patrick Cicero and Ron Colpitts. Roseboom is the former police chief and Colpitts previously served on New Carlisle’s Town Council. According to the lawsuit, Moffitt and Cicero are or were employees of the police department....

It is alleged that Deputy Police Chief Brian Thompson and Chief Calleb Dittmar secretively “placed, or caused to be placed,” recording devices in the ceilings of non-essential areas of the department. Command staff allegedly knew of the recording devices and failed to notify employees that their conversations were being recorded and monitored, according to the lawsuit.

Further, command staff allegedly condoned the recording devices and installed additional recording equipment with video and audio recording capabilities, which could be viewed remotely.

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