A meeting called by Seattle police to answer questions about remote-control aerial cameras was disrupted Thursday night by demonstrators chanting "No drones! No Drones!"

Police said they wanted to have a respectable conversation and some people started to raise questions about privacy, but arguments broke out and many people left.

Police say they plan to use a mini-helicopter to take photos or video of some accidents and crime scenes and it does not carry weapons.

Before the drone can even fly, the police department needs an FAA certificate to test the drone in the air in the city, there has to be even more community feedback, and the City Council has to approve it all.

Do you have a problem with police departments having drones?

Do you like the idea or do you feel it will turn into a violation of privacy?

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