After Shootings, Cameras Coming To I-80 In San PabloThe city of San Pablo is working with the California Highway Patrol to install new surveillance cameras along a stretch of Interstate 80.
Burglary-Plagued Oakland Hills Community Installs Motion-Activated CamerasHome burglaries are so common in the Oakland Hills' Seven Streets area that residents took matters into their own hands.
New Surveillance Cameras Installed At Scene Of Oakland Double HomicideIt took a recent double homicide at East Oakland's Cesar Chavez Park to prompt the city to finally take action and install new surveillance cameras that work.
Oakland Scrambles To Install Functional Park Surveillance CamerasThe city of Oakland has promised to install a new surveillance system in Cesar Chavez Park to replace one that has been non-operational.
Surveillance Cameras At Oakland Park Not Recording During Dual HomicidesTwo men were murdered in cold blood in an Oakland park, right in front of surveillance cameras. But the cameras didn't capture the crime.
Antioch Hopes To Reduce Crime With More Surveillance CamerasThe City of Antioch just signed off on new surveillance cameras.
Pittsburg Approves Surveillance Cameras On Highway 4 After ShootingsAfter a series of shootings on Highway 4, Pittsburg city officials have approved the installation of surveillance cameras along the freeway.
Orinda Installing More Surveillance Cameras, Plate ReadersThe East Bay community of Orinda is installing more video surveillance cameras and automatic license plate readers at some key locations.
BART Admits Most Train Surveillance Cameras Are Decoys, Or Just Plain BrokenBART has come under fire after officials admitted most of the cameras aboard the trains are decoys, or just plain don't work.
$300,000 In Surveillance Cameras, License Plate Readers To Keep An Eye On Fremont DriversSurveillance cameras with license plate readers will soon be keeping a close eye on drivers in one East Bay community.
Berkeley Liquor Stores Now Required To Install Surveillance Cameras To Deter CrimeSome Bay Area liquor stores will have to either install or beef up their video surveillance systems for a new effort to fight crime in Berkeley's most troublesome areas.
Growing Number Of Bay Area Police Departments Ask Residents To Register Home Security CamerasWith more crimes being caught on surveillance cameras, a growing number of Bay Area police departments are asking homeowners with the cameras to voluntarily register them so they know what is out there.