Your Security Camera Could Help Verona Police


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SecurityCamerasThe Verona Police Department is initiating a voluntary security camera registration program as a tool to assist with criminal investigations.

Viewing residential and business security camera footage as part of an investigation has become a crucial element in solving cases. When a crime occurs, the Police Department will be able to easily identify cameras in the area and enlist the help of those participating in the program to provide us with video evidence and potentially solve a crime.

Registration for this program is strictly voluntary and any information received will be held securely and never sold, rented, or distributed for any purpose. Participants can be removed from this program at any time, and all information can be rescinded.  

This program will not allow the VPD to access cameras remotely; it would simply indicate where cameras are located and allow the department to access registrants’ contact information should a crime occur in that area. The security camera footage will only be reviewed with the permission of the resident/owner.  

If you are interested in being part of our program, download it from the department’s website here. You can also pick up a form at Verona Police Department Headquarters.

If you have any questions, or concerns about the placement of your cameras please contact Detective Anthony O’Connor, (973) 857-4821.

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