Bakersfield Police Launch Community Camera Recording Program




BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Bakersfield Police Department is asking community members to register their security cameras with their new Community Camera Registration Program (CCRP) in an effort to speed up the collection process safety sequences during investigations.

By registering, the department declares that it does not have permission to review your video without consent. If community members donate their images to BPD, they are not allowed to share the video with the public or the media.

The program aims to prevent crime and help resolve investigations.

Visit here to register for the Community Camera Recording Program (CCRP).

Bakersfield Police have also provided a list of terms and conditions:

• Bakersfield Police Department will contact registered citizens directly to request
surveillance video if there is an incident in their immediate area.
• Any surveillance footage obtained by the Bakersfield Police Department as part of the
The CCRP can be used as evidence in a criminal investigation.
• The registrant must accept that any surveillance video that the police service uses
because an investigation cannot be disclosed to the public or to the media.
• Under no circumstances will the declarant act as a representative of Bakersfield
Police service through the CCRP.
• Surveillance images will only be obtained from the Bakersfield Police Department for
investigate a crime.
• The police department will not share any personal information with outside agencies.
• The police department will send renewal emails every year to make sure your
registration information is correct.
• If you no longer wish to participate in the CCRP, or if you need to make changes to the
your registration, contact [email protected]


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