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Do you have CCTV or a doorbell camera?

Alert message sent 14/04/2021 14:07:00

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Good afternoon,

We have a quick question for you - does your home or business have CCTV security systems?

If so, registering your cameras, including doorbell cameras, with the N.I.C.E Investigate system can really help us in tackling crime.

If your cameras are registered, then if a crime happens within your area we know straight away who may have access to footage that can assist our investigations, which can be vital in bringing perpetrators to justice.

This makes it easier for us to exchange information, which in turn helps us with sending the evidence needed to catch criminals faster, creating a safer community for businesses and members of the public.

Registration is simple and your participation in this free service will always remain 100% voluntary – you can withdraw at any time. Your information will be kept safe and secure and only other police forces will be able to see your camera locations, not the general public.

Register and help today in three easy steps:

• Email NICEDEMSSUPPORT@hampshire.pnn.police.uk to inform the team that you would like to register your cameras.
• Wait for an email request. You will only be contacted by a member of Hampshire Constabulary through the N.I.C.E Investigate system with a link to register.
• Click on the link in the email request to securely register and upload the requested video(s).

As always, if a crime is in progress or there is an immediate threat to life, please dial 999. Otherwise, all other crime and suspicious incidents can be reported to us by calling 101 or via the Hampshire Constabulary online reporting portal.
 
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Jack Backwell (Police, Corporate Communications Officer, Hampshire Corporate Communications)

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