Neighborhood Watch SafeCam Program

The Norman Police Department would like your help to solve crimes in your neighborhood. We strongly believe in the community-oriented policing philosophy, and have developed a program to tackle crimes through key partnerships with our citizens. 

Our Neighborhood Watch SafeCam Program is a way for the police department to work in partnership with you to maintain a database of camera locations that will help to identify suspects and solve crimes faster. The program allows owners to inform the Norman Police Department about the security camera systems at their personal residence and/or business. It is completely voluntary and participation is free. 

When a crime is reported in a particular area, the police department will contact the owners of camera systems in the area and request a copy of their video footage. This footage could assist investigators with developing leads in the investigation. There is no cost to the individual or business as the Norman Police Department will provide the necessary equipment to download the video footage. The information provided by the owner of the camera system will not be available to the public nor will the video be subject to Open Records requests.

Register the camera system at your residence or business online

Have you recently moved and need to update your registration? Complete a new form and include your previous address so that we can update our database.

You can also download a printable copy of the registration form. Complete all fields and mail your completed form to:

Norman Police Department

Attn: Jason Redden

112 W. Daws Street

Norman, OK 73069

For additional information, please contact Crime Analyst Jason Redden at 405-366-5421 or