The Bill of Rights Defense Committee has produced two model ordinances to assist local communities against domestic surveillance and weaponized drones. One creates a drone-free zone, while the second model establishes rigorous requirements limiting their use by law enforcement agencies and other public officials. The model regulating drone use (rather than prohibiting it entirely) allows drones to be used pursuant to a judicially issued warrant as well as for non-law enforcement purposes such as fire detection, hazardous material spill response, search & rescue, and natural disaster response.
The model legislation is available online:
Read more about the model legislation on The People’s Blog for the Constitution .