The Lower Saucon Township Police Department is asking residents and businesses to register any surveillance cameras they may have with the police department in an effort to help solve crimes faster.
By registering a camera, residents and business owners are letting the police department know there may be surveillance footage available in the event of a crime occurring nearing their home or business.
“Access to video following a crime can be the difference in solving the crime or not,” police said in a statement published on Crimewatch Friday.
More information about how the camera registry works may be found on the department’s website.
To view the registration form and/or register for the program, click here.
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