The Rosenberg Police Department prides itself on pursuing new and innovative methods of crime prevention in the community. The Neighborhood Video Partnership is the latest such method being implemented by Rosenberg Police. The goal of the Neighborhood Video Partnership is to deter crime and promote public safety through mutual collaboration between the Rosenberg Police Department and the community we serve.
Many residents and businesses have taken extra security measures to monitor their homes and property by installing outdoor security cameras. The Police Department is seeking residents who would be interested in sharing video from these cameras with the Police Department in the event it captures anything of investigative significance.
Security camera footage is often a valuable tool when investigating criminal activity. This footage can capture images of crimes in progress, people involved in suspicious activity, provide detailed suspect vehicle information, and can sometimes help track the direction of travel of a criminal entering or leaving a neighborhood.
The Neighborhood Video Partnership provides us with a volunteer database of video resources which we can use to search for investigative clues. Registering your camera system not only helps deter crime, but assists in the overall crime prevention strategy in your neighborhood.
The Rosenberg Police Department will not have direct access to any camera system. We would only contact the resident if a crime occurred in the neighborhood and there is a belief that the resident’s system may contain something of investigative significance.
To become a Video Partner with the Rosenberg Police Department, simply click here. Questions about the program can be directed via email here or by contacting the Rosenberg Police Department at 832-595-3726.