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Posted on: December 5, 2018

Roselle Police Department Launching Video Sharing Program


In an effort to reduce crime and identify and apprehend criminals, the Roselle Police Department is launching a video sharing partnership with the community called Roselle Police C.A.R.E.S

The video sharing partnership works on a voluntary basis with property owners who have private video security systems that record public areas, streets, sidewalks, parking lots, etc. Police who respond to criminal incidents and suspicious activities will be able to see a map of nearby locations with cameras so they can quickly contact the registered video partner that may have recorded footage that could aid an investigation. Property owners who are participating in Roselle Police C.A.R.E.S. would only be contacted by the Roselle Police Department if a criminal incident took place near their camera. Police personnel may ask camera owners to review or provide recorded footage related to a specific incident.

Registration for Roselle Police C.A.R.E.S. is simple. Property owners can complete a registration form located on the Police Department's website, Paper copies of the registration form are also available in the lobby of the police department for those who are unable to sign up online. For more information about this program, email Community Resource Coordinator Tamie Madden or call (630) 671-4067.

C.A.R.E.S. Video Sharing Program
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