CPD Teams with Fusus to Help Provide Greater Coverage for Crime and Information Reporting


See something say something just got a helping hand in Columbus.

Columbus Georgia Police Department

Exciting news, Columbus! We're teaming up with Fusus, a public-private crime-fighting platform, to make our city even safer!

Picture this: traffic cams, security cams, even your own home cameras - all working together to keep our streets secure.

With Fusus, we're arming our first responders with cutting-edge tools to tackle emergencies head-on. From mapping call locations to gathering digital evidence, we're stepping up our game! But we can't do it alone! If you're keen on joining forces and sharing your cameras, reach out to us. 

Let's build a safer Columbus, together!

For more details on how to register your camera(s) and FAQs, visit connectcolumbus.org!
You can also e-mail Lt. A. Farmer at rfarmer@columbusga.org.

#cpdga #CommunitySafety #JoinTheMission #ConnectColumbus #fusus

RE: Privacy Concerns

CPD says "This tool will not be used to spy on anyone. Registering cameras means the police department will know where your cameras are located in the event of a crime or a critical incident only. Camera access and settings are entirely controlled by the camera owner."

Through our partnership with Fusus, we strive to increase community security while maintaining personal privacy. As per our policies, your camera registry data is classified as protected non-public data and is only accessible by authorized users of our system. You can access a list of frequently asked questions here: https://connectcolumbus.org/faqs/

As one commenter said: "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which cannot fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance - that principle is contempt prior to investigation." Herbert Spencer

I'm interested
I disagree with this
This is unverified