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Seekonk (Mass.) Police Ask Citizens to Register Surveillance Cameras

Police seek the public's help in fighting crime with the Seekonk Camera Registry Program.

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Police seek the public's help in fighting crime with the Seekonk Camera Registry Program. Steve Karantzoulidis · October 19, 2016

Mike Simon, managing partner of Connected Technologies, offers his take on how video verification can be used for so much more than intrusion. By Mike Simon · October 06, 2015

Tyco Security Products released new Illustra Flex Outdoor Mini-Domes that better operate in cold environments. The IP cameras can function in as cold of temperatures as -40 degrees Celsius. SSI Staff · September 25, 2015

Thieves in Portland, Ore., robbed a store of $11,000 worth of drones on Thursday. Surveillance cameras captured the footage of the robbery, as the thieves stole eight to nine Yuneec Typhoon Q500s. SSI Staff · September 25, 2015

MicroPower Technologies will release its SOLVEIL surveillance solution at ASIS in Anaheim, Calif. The company will put the product on display at booth 3273. SSI Staff · September 24, 2015

Qognify, formerly NICE Security, introduced on Tuesday its latest security solution: Object Origin. The video monitoring tool allows security personnel to depict suspicious activity from hours worth of surveillance footage within seconds. It will be featured at ASIS 2015. Stephen Sellner · September 22, 2015

Canon introduces nine network video security cameras designed to serve the surveillance needs of various enterprises. The cameras are designed to deliver high resolution pictures. Stephen Sellner · September 21, 2015

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe awarded $6 million in School Security Equipment Grants to 519 schools in Virginia to upgrade security measures. Some counties received upwards of $100,000. Stephen Sellner · September 18, 2015

Buckhead, an Atlanta neighborhood, will have additional security cameras and vehicle tag readers installed in the midst of recent home burglaries and car break-ins. District 8 Atlanta City Councilwoman Yolanda Adrean set aside $250,000 in her budget for the cameras. Residents and businesses will chip in as well. Stephen Sellner · September 18, 2015

Opticop surveillance cameras helped police identify a suspect in the killing of a man in Waukesha, Wis. The arrest, made on Wednesday, came after the footage offered a 'puzzle piece' to the investigation. Stephen Sellner · September 18, 2015

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