The Concord Police Department has launched a new police-community partnership known as the Community Electronic Eye (CEE) Program. CEE allows residents and businesses to partner with the police department to help solve crime.
Participation in this program is completely voluntary and free of charge.
Do you have a private video surveillance camera system at your home or business?
If so, the Concord Police Department is asking all residents and business owners to register their privately-owned surveillance camera systems. As officers investigate criminal incidents, they may be able to use footage gathered from community cameras to help solve crimes.
Officers going door to door during an investigation is time-consuming, especially when time is of the essence to solve a crime. One solution is knowing where security cameras are located, so if a crime occurs near a registered camera, officers can quickly contact the camera owner and work with them to view and recover video if needed.
Learn more and register your camera for free.