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"MOVE OVER" to Protect First Responders:

In California, the “Move Over” laws state that drivers must either change lanes or reduce speed when approaching an active emergency vehicle with blinking lights. Failure to obey the “Move Over” law can result in fines of up to $1,000, plus points on your driving record. Click here for more information.

San Rafael Police Department

San Rafael Police Department

Surveillance Camera Registration

The SRPD surveillance camera registry allows residents and business owners to voluntarily register their surveillance cameras with the police department. Police will not have access to the camera systems, but will be aware that a camera exists when investigating a crime in or around their neighborhood.

If a crime occurs in the vicinity of a registered surveillance camera, investigators may use the provided contact information to request surveillance footage. Camera footage may include the actual crime, or an escape route which can provide descriptive information that can lead to the identification and ultimately the prosecution of a suspect.

If you have any questions regarding this program, please contact Community Services Officer Antonette Bullock.


Enter Location of Security Cameras:

Establishment type:


Security Camera Details

Describe areas recorded (Street view, front yard, parking lots, etc.):

Number of cameras at location:
Camera System Hours:
Retention Period:

Is the camera monitored by a security company? Yes No


Contact Information

Resident or Business Owner’s Full Name:
Resident or Business Owner's Email Address:
Resident or Business Owner's Phone Number:
Alternate Phone Number: