The Monticello Police Department's Private Video Surveillance Camera Registration was created as a partnership between the local law enforcement and the community to provide information that can be used to assist when an incident happens.
When a crime occurs in a neighborhood, business or residence, the Monticello Police officers will canvas the area for witnesses, as well as security camera systems that may have recorded important details on the event. By having knowledge of existing security camera systems, the Department can often expedite and solve the crime more expediently.
Monticello Police Department's Private Video Surveillance Camera Registration is designed to deter crime and promote public safety through a collaboration between the Monticello Police Department and residents and businesses of the City of Monticello.
Accordingly, all Private Video Surveillance Camera Registration program participants agree to the following conditions:
Under no circumstances shall registrants construe that they are acting as an agent and/or employee of the Monticello Police Department through the Private Video Surveillance Camera Registration Program.
At no time will the Monticello Police Department have direct access to your camera or camera system.
If necessary, the Monticello Police Department will contact you directly, using the information provided on this site, to request video evidence relevant to a criminal investigation.
Absent a court order, the registrant may deny access to the video or video system.