BALTIMORE (AP) - The Baltimore city police department will have quicker access to private security cameras at businesses and homes under a new program.
The Baltimore Sun reports that officials approved an expansion of the police department's camera system on Wednesday.
Under the new program, a single database of public and private cameras will be created. Officials say residents and business can join the program by registering their security cameras with the mayor's office.
The program is being funded by a $53,200 grant from the Abell Foundation.
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