A Public-Private Camera Network

Securonet enables members to rapidly map the surveillance cameras in their target areas, share live or recorded video and data, and collaborate to aid in investigations & deter crime. 

The Securonet Virtual Safety Network is accessed via a secure, members-only on-line platform. This software-as-a-service technology platform enables users to communicate and collaborate, share video and data, and utilize an arsenal of capabilities to both deter and aid in the investigation of crimes. Unique membership profiles for camera owners, community safety managers and law enforcement ensure that you are equipped with the right set of tools, no matter what your role is.


No more pounding the pavement, searching for the nearest camera to a crime scene. With Securonet you can easily map out camera locations and request footage with the push of a button.


Law enforcement can join forces with businesses and neighborhood groups to access video content from a city-wide network of cameras to monitor, prevent and prosecute crimes.

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Public and private resources can work together on the platform, aiding in community involvement to dramatically increase response effectiveness to criminal activity.

If you think of something like the Boston bombing, investigators had to go door to door asking who owned cameras and how to obtain the video. Through programs like this, the process is all automated and much more efficient.
— Commander Scott Gerlicher, Minneapolis Police Department