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Posted on: May 8, 2019

FMPD Launches Volunteer Citizen Camera Program

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The Flower Mound Police Department has created the Citizen Camera Program (CCP), a partnership with residents to locate potential video evidence that can be used in criminal investigations. Residents who would like to volunteer information about their home video surveillance system, such as a Ring doorbell, can fill out the simple online form

If a crime occurs, officers and detectives will be able to search the CCP database to determine if a participant is in the area of the crime and might have surveillance footage that would aid in the investigation. If officers determine a CCP participant might have such footage, they have the ability to reach out to the resident to obtain the footage based upon the information provided during registration. At no point will the Police Department have access to an individual’s or business camera system.

The CCP program is completely voluntary. For questions, please email or call 972.874.3357. 

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