Macon, GA – According to the statement, each of the cameras will have the ability to send notifications to crime analysts at BSO when something specific occurs, such as person or vehicle of interest, crowds gathering, motion alerts, camera tampering, and more.
This frees up deputies from having to be on site or always watching each camera.
The areas were selected because of the large number of people that gather there throughout the year, plus the increasing foot traffic in the improving Park and along the popular Riverwalk.
There will be 36 cameras Downtown, eight along the Riverwalk, and 20 in Carolyn Crayton Park.
No other information is available at the moment.