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May 6, 2015
The Rancho Cordova Police Department is committed to protecting its citizens and keeping our beautiful city safe. As part of the new effort “Crime Stops Here,” we are using video surveillance cameras in two areas of our city to enhance this goal. The areas selected are West La Loma/Bravado/La Loma neighborhood of Cordova Meadows and FOZ the Folsom/Olson/Zinfandel business district.
The cameras are marked with a blue light signifying that it’s a public safety surveillance camera. This tool allows officers on the street or at the police station to have access to live camera views for locating criminal or suspicious activity. Some areas are equipped with license plate reading capabilities to help officers locate wanted persons.
With this effort, officers are trained before being granted access to the system. They only have the ability to view areas open to the public.
These new cameras are funded by Measure H tax dollars after citizens identified enhancements in public safety as a priority. As always, please call the Rancho Cordova Police Department to report any suspicious activity using 9-1-1 for emergencies or 916-362-5115 for non-emergencies.For inquiries regarding this system please visit the Rancho Cordova Police Departments website at www.ranchocordvaopd.com or by contacting the program coordinator, Officer Matt Silva, at 916-606-1364 or via e-mail at email@example.com