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Homeowner Shoots, Kills Burglar in Miami After Confrontation, Police Say

Police in Miami are investigating a shooting that occurred outside of a woman's home when she responded to her home alarm going off. A teenage male was leaving the house at the time, then a confrontation…


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The Saginaw Police Department is receiving a new video management software (VMS) to store more video from the city's surveillance cameras. City Council approved the purchase on Monday. Stephen Sellner · March 16, 2016

Indiana lawmakers voted on Thursday to allow police to withhold the release of footage obtained by body cameras and dashboard cameras if they feel it will hinder investigations or put someone in harm's way. Stephen Sellner · March 14, 2016

Police in Miami are investigating a shooting that occurred outside of a woman's home when she responded to her home alarm going off. A teenage male was leaving the house at the time, then a confrontation occurred that resulted in the teenager being shot and later dying at the hospital, according to police. Stephen Sellner · March 14, 2016

A proposal was approved in Syracuse, N.Y., that will add video surveillance cameras to a dangerous neighborhood. However, one councilor is against the cameras and is in favor of increased policing instead. Stephen Sellner · March 04, 2016

Francine Barnes' home was robbed by two men Monday morning. She believes the same two men beat her son to death in an attempt to get the alarm system deactivation code. One of the attackers was seen on video surveillance. SSI Staff · March 02, 2016

The Cranston Police Department is asking homeowners and business owners to register their outdoor video surveillance cameras to provide police more access to video footage of crimes when conducting investigations. SSI Staff · February 25, 2016

In an attempt to have greater access to video evidence of crimes, Los Angeles suburb Manhattan Beach is asking homeowners to register their outdoor video surveillance cameras with the police department. Jason Knott · February 24, 2016

After police say six people were killed in Kalamazoo, Mich., by an Uber driver, the company is coming out in defense of its background checks and driver screening process. SSI Staff · February 24, 2016

A new study finds no evidence of a widespread surge in total, violent or property crime in large U.S. cities in the aftermath of the highly publicized police shooting of Michael Brown. SSI Staff · February 09, 2016

Pittsburgh city officials have been pleased with the effectiveness of ShotSpotter technology that detects gunfire sounds to help police respond to dangerous crimes in some of Pittsburgh's most dangerous areas. Now City Council wants to extend its contract with SST to continue to improve public safety. SSI Staff · January 28, 2016


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