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Alarm Systems giving away video doorbells this holiday season

October 21, 2021  By SP&T Staff

Sergeant Jeremy Ashley, Belleville Police Service, and Kristin Crowe, president, Alarm Systems at the CAMSafe launch in June. (Image courtesy Alarm Systems)

Alarm Systems is offering free video doorbells for customers who install a new smart home security system or upgrade their existing system. The company says video doorbells can help homeowners and police combat porch package theft, a trend which is particularly prevalent in the months just before Christmas.

CAMSafe is a community safety initiative that helps police locate video footage that may aid police investigations. Home and business security cameras as well as video doorbells are important tools to help identify and prosecute suspects. As a CAMSafe sponsor, Alarm Systems continues to encourage their customers to register devices with the program.

“With more than 400 registered cameras, programs like CAMSafe provide the Belleville Police Service not only with a broad, effective tool for crime fighting, but partnerships in the very neighbourhoods and communities we police and protect,” said Sergeant Jeremy Ashley of the Belleville Police Service and CAMSafe Program Coordinator in a statement.

“The CAMSafe program can literally save police officers ‘hours of legwork’ during the course of investigations while contributing to the apprehension and prosecution of criminal activity.”

“The CAMSafe program aligns with our company values: community, innovation and reliability,” added Kristin Crowe, president of Alarm Systems in a company press release.

“This is why we were thrilled to partner with Sergeant Ashley and the Belleville Police Service on this inventive program promoting community security.”

This promotion is available until Dec. 15, 2021.

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