The Murrieta Police Department would like to partner with Murrieta residents and business owners who have security cameras.
Security cameras can be a powerful tool in helping the police to identify offenders when crimes are captured on video. Participation in the Security Camera Registration Program will help the Murrieta Police Department to strengthen its investigative abilities and give an easier way to communicate more effectively with potential witnesses.
The Security Camera Registration Program is simply a contact list that will allow the police to see who might have captured security footage that could be related to a crime that occurred in your area.
When a crime is committed, the Murrieta Police Department will refer to the Security Camera Registration database to identify any possible cameras that may have captured something of interest. The camera’s owner will then be contacted and asked to provide security video from the date and time of the crime. This process greatly expedites and enhances the investigation and may lead to the quick apprehension of the criminal.
Participation in this program does not give the Murrieta Police Department the ability to freely access your cameras, claim ownership of or dictate your camera system’s function.
This program is completely voluntary and used by the Murrieta Police Department as another resource to try and collect evidence of crimes occurring within the city. Information regarding your security system will be for Murrieta Police Department use only.
Participation in the program does not alter your rights to privacy in any way and is completely voluntary. Registrant information is kept confidential and the registrant can withdraw at any time by contacting the program coordinator.
To sign up for the Security Camera Registration Program, click here.
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