Surveillance Camera Registration and Mapping Program: DPD lauched new crime-fighting tool
The Dickinson Police Department has launched a new community crime-fighting tool; the Surveillance Camera Registration and Mapping Program. The program allows citizens to become involved with crime solving efforts by allowing police to review surveillance video if a crime occurred within the view of the citizen’s camera. By registering cameras before a crime has happened, police will be able to quickly identify addresses that may have captured critical data once a crime does occur, thus greatly enhancing the chances of solving that crime.
The SCRAM program is completely voluntary. Any data provided to us is strictly controlled, and will not be shared to outside sources. To register your cameras, complete the form below. Once registered, you will be notified via mail and also be given a complimentary SCRAM window cling to place in a visible location.