Surveillance cameras with license plate readers will soon be keeping a close eye on drivers in one East Bay community.
Some 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.
With 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.
Fremont Police Say Home Invasion, Rape Suspect May Be Connected To More Sexual Assaults; Will Check DNA Database
FREMONT (KCBS) — After Fremont police arrested a man on Sunday for allegedly breaking into a home, tying up a mother and daughter and raping one of them, they said they will run a DNA […]
Fremont police have arrested a man after he allegedly broke into a home Sunday morning and tied up a mother and daughter and raping one of them before making off with some items.
With the help of private surveillance cameras, burglaries are down in Fremont. Now, city officials want to install high-def cameras and license plate readers to track criminals coming from out of town.
Palo Alto residents surprised by the placement of a number of surveillance cameras over the past weekend have called on city government to better explain their usage.
A rapidly growing network of police cameras is capturing, storing and sharing data on license plates, making it possible to stitch together people’s movements whether they are stuck in a commute, making tracks to the beach or up to no good.
A series of burglaries in Fremont neighborhoods led residents to put up their own high-definition surveillance cameras, which the police have now begun using to fight crime.
Piedmont is moving forward with plans to install cameras to record the license plates of all cars that drive into town.