Community Camera Program
Do you use private video surveillance at your home or business that records video? If you do, the Oldham County Police Department would like to hear from you. A recording video camera is one of the methods for finding criminals and convicting suspects who are caught committing a crime. The Oldham County Police Department is asking all citizens and businesses in the city to register their privately-owned surveillance camera systems. This is very helpful to us, as officers respond to criminal incidents, they may be able to see something useful on your security camera footage which may help apprehend/convict a criminal. You would only be contacted if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your camera as indicated by your registration.
Things you should know...
The goal of this program is to deter crime and encourage public safety through a collaboration between the Oldham County Police Department and the citizens we serve. Accordingly, everyone that registers must agree to the following terms/ conditions:
- If we think it will help in an investigation, the Oldham County Police Department 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 your property until it is requested by the Oldham County Police Department and collected by the Oldham County Police Department.
- The Oldham County Police cannot access or view your video remotely.
- Your 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.