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Security Camera Registry Program
Security Camera Registry Program
The Security Camera Registry Program, started in 2015, is another tool that law enforcement can use to keep Clark County residents safe, and to hold criminals accountable.  The process begins with a property owner filling out a form, see below, to notify law enforcement that they have security cameras on their property, and that they will assist law enforcement by reviewing their camera's images if they are notified that a crime has occurred in their area.  Their address is then entered into a secure database that law enforcement can review when a crime occurs.  If a registered security camera is nearby, the owner of that property will be asked to review their security camera images for the date and time of the crime, and see if any suspicious activity was captured by the cameras.  If it was, then law enforcement will review the images at a time convenient to the property owner, and use any information gathered by the images to try to apprehend the suspect.

Security Camera Registry Program Form