If you've ever been the victim of a crime in your own neighborhood, or place of business, Sacramento County's sheriff wants to partner up with you.
"There's a whole ton of applications and I'm hopeful that we'll get a lot of involvement," Sheriff Scott Jones said.
We spoke with Jones this morning on the KFBK Morning News and he told us he's been working for the last couple of years on a way to get you more involved in solving crimes in your neighborhood or around the area where you work.
"If you are a resident or business with a surveillance camera, you would voluntarily register on our site if you want to be a part of it," he said.
He says you'll also get something from them that could serve as a deterrent to crime.
"You get some emblazoned decals for your business or home to help be a deterrent, but also we can utilize that information to help investigate and solve crimes and perhaps create a better evidentiary product in the process," he said.