Rockland County Invests in Park Safety with New Camera Installation

Rockland County has initiated a $215,220 project to install surveillance cameras in county parks, aiming to boost public safety and prevent crime. This move, approved by County Executive Ed Day, along with Kevin McGuinness, Coordinator of Environmental Resources, and Paul Brennan, Purchasing Director, is a key part of the county’s strategy to make parks safer and more enjoyable for visitors.

The introduction of pole cameras is expected to provide law enforcement with improved monitoring capabilities, allowing for quicker responses to incidents.

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