What is the RTCC Registry? Can you watch my doorbell camera from the RTCC?

Citizens often ask, “How can I help?” when it comes to public safety. One of the primary ways residents of Shreveport can help is by sharing relevant video clips from their street facing cameras, like a Ring doorbell.

The registry tool is a way to tell the RTCC and SPD that you have a street-facing camera, and how you can be contacted (e-mail, phone). If any crime happens in your neighborhood, the registry allows the RTCC to request footage in a few clicks.

The RTCC cannot view registry cameras, and can only receive video when a citizen decides to upload it.

You will receive a text and email with a secure link to upload clips requested should you wish to participate.

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1. Is there any cost associated with integrating with the RTCC?
2. What access does the RTCC have once integrated?
3. Where is the data stored?
4. What if after being integrated I no longer wish to participate?
5. What does the RTCC look for when monitoring cameras?
6. What is a Real Time Crime Center?
7. What is the RTCC Registry? Can you watch my doorbell camera from the RTCC?
8. Where do I sign up for the registry?
9. What is the RTCC Business Integration?
10. Why is the RTCC located on the 2nd floor of Government Plaza and in the IT department?
11. How does communication from the RTCC work if the RTCC is not within SPD?
12. Why do you want citizens to register their cameras? Doesn’t the RTCC already have cameras being installed on poles?