Corpus Christi Police asking to register Security cameras from residents

Security cameraCorpus Christi Police have opened a website for surveillance camera registration, to support industries and residents to help in crime detection and prevention. The hdcvi cameras video is an important piece of proof that can frequently lead investigators to the criminals. People know very well security cameras are a top method to give security for your house or place of work as well as giving through video footage of every event that can happen, they also do something as an observable prevention to criminals.

There are various websites of the security camera that provides many 960h camera with various features. Amcrest.com is security camera website that allows people and industries to buy security camera systems from here. If a crime happens close to them, officers can simply locate the varieties of cameras such as 1080p security camera systems, 720p security camera systems and many others.

The website for registration is CrimePic.com where you can register your camera and assist to police. The CrimePic Assistant chief of operations is Michael Markle According to markel “We have to manually check each house and neighborhoods and see if there’s cameras available and go from street to street.”

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About Tom Smith

I am a security expert with many years experience in hdcvi consulting and personal security contracting. I have recommended many security camera systems to 100′s of individuals and businesses.
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