Community Video Partnership

Video cameras are one of the best methods for catching criminals in the act. The Community Video Partnership Program invites residents and businesses to work with Merriam Police to create a confidential map of active security cameras across the City.

The map will allow our police officers to quickly contact you if a crime happens in your area and see if your security camera captured the criminal activity. We would then use that information to apprehend and prosecute the criminals involved.

Registering your cameras

You can register security cameras that view any public area in the city (sidewalks, streets, parking lots, etc.). 

  • Online
  • By mail – Print our PDF form and mail it to:
    Merriam Police Department
    9010 W 62nd Street
    Merriam, KS 66202

One of our officers will follow up with you and look at how your cameras are placed for optimal coverage. We’ll provide you with a Community Video Partnership Program window cling that you may place on your home or business windows to help deter criminal activity.

There’s no fee to participate. This is a voluntary program and you may unsubscribe at any time.

Privacy concerns

This program isn’t intended for active surveillance or for us to check on what you are doing in your neighborhood. All information is housed in a secure database, and we won’t have direct access to your private video system.

Contact Captain Troy Duvanel with questions. 

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