Citing video cameras as a crucial method for detecting and nabbing criminals, the El Paso County Sheriff's Office is asking businesses, individuals and others who have camera footage of crimes to share it with authorities.
The Community Video Partnership would enable police who respond to burglaries, assaults and other crimes to see a list of sites with cameras in the vicinity of the crime. "This will help them quickly contact registered video partners who may have captured footage related to the incident," the Sheriff's Office said in a release. The program is voluntary. To learn more: bit.ly/2hrTiCh.