People with private surveillance cameras asked to assist Sheriff's Office

 

Last updated 10/10/2019 at 1:13pm



The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is asking citizens with personal home surveillance cameras to become a member of their VIP (Video Identification Program) group, according to a press release.

By joining, those with surveillance systems might potentially help solve crimes or locate evidence of crimes, faster and more effectively.

What is it? The VIP program lets the Sheriff’s Office know where potential video records might be found in the event a significant incident or crime occurred in the area. With this information, investigators would know the potential locations where video...



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