New Camera Registry Form

Announcing our new Camera Registry Form for local residents and businesses.

As you now, video technology has become a common thread in deterring, investigating and prosecuting criminal activity in today's society.  Subsequently, our officers spend considerable time after a crime has occurred searching the area for any video surveillance that may be available.  In some cases, we may not be aware of certain facilities that have cameras and thus critical evidence may be overlooked that would help us identify criminals.  We are asking for our communities partnership in identifying locations of video surveillance in advance by registering your business or residential camera systems with our department so we can easily view where available evidence may be located in advance of a crime.  This partnership will help us better serve you!  

By participating in this voluntary program, you are helping the Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department swiftly locate nearby cameras that may be able to aide with active investigations and most importantly help deter crimes from occurring within your community.

Your submissions are kept confidential and only local Law Enforcement agencies can access the information. When needed, the Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department may contact you to obtain a copy of your video recordings that could be relevant to an investigation.

At no time will law enforcement have access to a live feed or your secured video without authorization.

Click here to go to the online form, or click "Camera Registry Form" in above heading.