Community Camera Program

Woodbury’s Community Camera program provides residents and businesses the opportunity to assist public safety personnel; by voluntarily sharing the location of their external video surveillance cameras. Through this program, public safety may reach out to camera owners in the event of a crime or incident, request owners review their camera footage and possibly request a copy of the footage. 

How Woodbury's Community Camera Program Works:

  • Woodbury residents voluntarily share the location of their external cameras by registering through Public Safety's Community Collaboration. This information is not public and will only be utilized by public safety personnel for authorized public safety reasons.
  • If an incident occurs near your home or business, Woodbury police may contact you to see if your camera captured footage that would assist their investigation efforts.
  • Community members can review their device's footage and choose whether to share it with public safety.  


  • The Woodbury Public Safety Department does not have direct access to registered cameras and does not use registered cameras for active surveillance. 
  • Camera owners have the right to choose whether to provide footage to police personnel.
  • Personal information is confidential and will not be distributed except as required by law. 
  • Participation in the program is voluntary and those who have registered can withdraw at any time.  

Please click here to add your surveillance cameras to the Woodbury Community Camera Program.