Sparks Police to try new surveillance camera registry to help solve crimes
The Sparks Police Department will soon unveil a new surveillance camera registry program, which the department hopes will help when investigating crimes.
In a Facebook post written Monday, Sparks Police announced it will soon introduce the 'SafeCam' program, a "voluntary, no-cost registry of surveillance systems in Sparks."
According to the post, anyone in Sparks with a video camera surveillance system will be able to opt-in to the SafeCam program once it launches.
Sparks resident Dean Macy, who's used the Ring surveillance system for several months now, said he would definitely register.
"I thought it was a great idea," Macy said. "If it's going to make me and my family feel safer, I'm on board."