Fill out our simple form and provide basic information about your business location and cameras. There is no cost associated and your information is kept confidential.
STEP 2 - VERIFICATION
A member of the Police Department will contact you to verify the information
STEP 3 - SOLVE A CRIME
The Police Department will only contact you in the future if there is a crime committed in the vicinity of your security camera. Police may request a copy of any recorded video to assist in the investigation of a crime.
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Name of contact person *
Street address & Zip code *
Street address *
Zip code *
Phone number *
Alternate phone number
Email address *
Number of external cameras *
Number of hours your cameras record each day
Type of surveilance system
Surveilance system monitored by an alarm company?
How much data does your system retain? (usually in hours, days or weeks)
All information provided to the Police Department is protected under California Public Records Act and is exempt from public records request.
The program does not guarantee the St. Petersburg Police Department the right to the information recorded on your camera(s) and you can revoke police access to your system at any time. Your information will be stored and in the event a crime occurs in your area, a detective may contact you to ask to view your camera(s).