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Oldham Co. police want homeowners with security cameras to volunteer for crime prevention program

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Posted at 3:05 PM, Oct 30, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-30 15:11:39-04

OLDHAM COUNTY, Ky. (WAVE) — The Oldham County Police Department is asking for residents with security cameras to join them to keep neighborhoods safe.

According to WAVE 3 News, the department is asking homeowners to voluntarily register their security cameras with authorities to be used in crime prevention.

Officials will ask homeowners to agree to the following conditions:

  • If the Oldham County Police Department believes homeowners footage will help in an investigation, officers will contact you using the information provided by you at the time of registration, to request the appropriate video surveillance footage.
  • Any and all video surveillance footage shall continue to remain the homeowners property until it is requested by the Oldham County Police Department and collected by the Oldham County Police Department.
  • Participation in this program shall not be an obligation to release any surveillance video to the Oldham County Police Department upon request.
  • Footage from your security camera containing or related to criminal activity collected by the Oldham County Police Department could be used as evidence.
  • Under no circumstances shall participants act as an agent and/or employee of the Oldham County Police Department through this program.

If you would like to sign up click here.