Only authorized Campbell Police Department users have access to the entire camera registry map in their jurisdiction.
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The Campbell Police Department camera registry is a way to easily locate the nearest cameras in a designated area during the course of an investigation, emergency event, or emergency response. The camera registry gives private residents and business owners the ability to register their cameras to an online portal, only accessible through permission, for law enforcement to quickly and easily use cameras to create a map of relevant cameras that could obtain actionable evidence for crimes and life-saving data.
Registering a camera does not require any cost or additional hardware. Campbell PD officers will simply obtain a map of the cameras and will not have access to any live streaming capabilities. The registry makes it easier for investigators to contact camera owners for a digital footage request that the owner can fulfill that doesn’t require a police visit.
No. Registering cameras means the police department will know where your cameras are located in the event of a crime or a critical incident. There is no direct access to any privately-owned cameras and the registry is only used to request footage if an incident were to occur in their vicinity.
No. Both the Campbell Police Department and Fusus policies require the camera owner to give explicit written permission to access cameras for any reason. Camera access and settings are also entirely controlled by the camera owner.
Yes. Please contact email@example.com if you need to adjust or delete your registration information.
No. Your camera registry data is classified as protected non-public data, and is only accessible by authorized users of our system.