Calling All Montgomery Area Security Camera Owners

The Montgomery Police want you!

The city of Montgomery has established a security camera command center, part of what they call the “River Region Star Watch” program.

In it, officers can monitor various government cameras—including traffic cams, and some privately owned cameras if the owners have agreed to give police access. Some have already done so, and now the city wants to expand that network, in the name of increased Public Safety.

 

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange in front of the wall of security camera monitors in the new “River Region Star Watch” command center.

Individuals and companies can allow police to monitor the cameras—only those that show public areas like streets and parks. They will be provided a decal to post to  let visitors or customers know they may be monitored by the police.

Call 334-625-2532 to receive a registration form.

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