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Camera System at Entrance
Posted on Mar 30th, 2020
Flock Safety Community Outreach
Treeline Community Association has partnered with Flock Safety, a national neighborhood security provider that specializes in community safety through the use of license plate reading cameras. License plates are the #1 piece of evidence that police request in the case of criminal activity such as home and car break-ins. Flock Safety’s cameras are entirely self-sufficient; they are solar powered and send footage via mobile technology to a secure cloud-based network unique to our community. The cameras record footage but also have both day and night-time capability to read and record license plates that pass through our community.
Privacy is a top concern for Flock and Treeline Community Association. The footage and data that is collected is automatically deleted after 30 days and is accessible only by limited members of the board. In the event of a crime, access can be shared and footage can be downloaded and stored by either the community or local authorities.
Despite this technology, it is just a camera. The #1 way to deter crime is a responsibility we each own individually: lock your doors and keep your valuables out of sight. We are fortunate to live in such a safe neighborhood, but we believe that this service will both further deter mischief crimes and provide a valuable resource to our residents.
What you need to do:
1) Treeline Community Association encourages you to register to our community’s SafeList. It’s up to you whether you provide your actual name, but by registering your license plate, we will know that your vehicle belongs to a resident when sorting through footage in the event of a crime. You can add any vehicle that you own or that frequently visits your home. The link to the secure Safelist site is:
2) If you are the victim of a crime, please report it first to the police department. Then, you can send an email to any member of our Board and we can help provide footage or provide access to you or the detective assigned to the case.
3) Wave and smile to your neighbors, hug a board member, join us for a community event, and continue to make Treeline Community Association an incredible place to live!