Legislators are also considering a bill to block police from using scanners to download information from cell phones.
A Senate committee unanimously followed the House in voting to put a stop to the use of electronic scanners that can download information from your cell phone.
A Federal Court has set a new legal precedent by ruling against the actions of a government surveillance program.
A USA Today and IndyStar investigation found the Indiana State Police purchased a device called a Stringray that captures nearby cell phone data.
The proposal to install security cameras in public sites across the city is expected to cost about $116,000.