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Posted on: May 23, 2014

Your Feedback Requested: Implementing Community-Surveillance Cameras in Fremont

The Fremont Police Department’s top priority is preventing criminals from impacting the city and keeping residents safe.

Fremont's residential burglary rate decreased by 27 percent from 2012 to 2013 and, while this reduction is significant, we believe we can do more.

In order to make a bigger impact in protecting the community, the Fremont Police Department is constantly looking for ways to fully utilize helpful technology to aid in this effort.

On Tuesday, June 17, 2014, the Police Department will ask the Fremont City Council to allocate funds for a community-based video surveillance camera project within the City of Fremont at their regularly scheduled Council meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. at Fremont City Hall, 3300 Capitol Ave., in the Council Chambers. You can also watch the Council meeting on the City’s website (www.fremont.gov) or Cable TV Channel 27 if you are a Comcast subscriber.

The initial phase would involve installing 10 to 12 community-based video surveillance cameras and license plate readers at some of the City’s most commonly frequented entry and/or exit points.

Please take a moment to answer the following question in regard to the newly anticipated technology:

Do you think community-based video surveillance cameras would enhance public safety and make our community safer?

You can voice your opinion on Fremont Open City Hall.

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