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Raleigh Police Department to Host CONNECTRALEIGH Listening Sessions

RPD to discuss new video camera-sharing public safety program

The Raleigh Police Department (RPD) is launching CONNECTRALEIGH, a video camera-sharing public safety program, to help keep the community safe. The community's voluntary participation is a proactive step to increasing real-time information for data-guided emergency responses.

The camera registry program helps build an interactive map of security cameras in Raleigh that will:

  • Be accessible only to the Raleigh Police Department;
  • Increase the efficiency of direct video evidence collection;
  • Enable communities to work together to create a safer Raleigh; and,
  • Provide immediate camera owner contact information for investigators.

In the spirit of transparency, the RPD will host community listening sessions across the city over the next few weeks. Sessions are scheduled for 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Monday, Feb. 12
Abbotts Creek Park
9950 Durant Road

Tuesday, Feb. 20
Brier Creek Park
10810 Globe Road

Tuesday, Feb. 27
Jaycee Park
2405 Wade Ave

Monday, March 11
John Chavis Memorial Park
505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd

For more information and to register your cameras, visit

The media is welcome to attend. Media inquiries should be directed to Lieutenant Jason Borneo at 919-996-1581 or



Lieutenant Jason Borneo
Public Affairs Unit

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