Community Video Partnership

Overview of Program

Video cameras are one of the best methods for detecting and apprehending criminals. With our Community Video Partnership Program, we are partnering with you to create a secure, private map of locations with cameras so our police officers can quickly contact you if your camera may have captured footage related to a crime.

You can register your security camera that views any public area in the city (sidewalks, streets, parking lots, ect.) If a crime is committed in your area, we may contact you to review footage related to that incident. We would then use that information to apprehend and prosecute the criminals involved.


Registering Your Cameras

There is no fee to participate in this program. We will also keep your information confidential.

Click the link below to access the online register form. You can either click submit and a member of the police department will contact you with additional information or you may print if off and bring it into the police department at: Belton Police Department  - 7001 E 163rd st - Belton, MO 64012

Camera Registration

Privacy Concerns

This program is not intended for active surveillance or for us to check on what you are doing in your neighborhoods. All information is housed in a secure file. We will not have direct access to your private video system with this program.

What we may do is request to see or make copies of footage related to criminal activity to use for evidence during criminal proceedings.


Other questions or concerns regarding the Community Video Partnership, contact Lt. Dan Davis 816-348-4497 or by email Thank you for your interest in making Belton a safer community.