Security Camera Registry

The Security Camera Registry is a completely voluntary program where community members (individuals or businesses) can register their security camera(s) with the SPS.

If you register your camera(s) with the Security Camera Registry, you may be contacted by the SPS to request footage you may have available, if a crime is being investigated in your area. It is up to you if you provide any footage to the SPS and you are under no obligation to do so.

Help us keep your neighbourhood safe by registering your camera(s) here.

Two hands holding a tablet device. On the device's screen are four different camera angles; two displaying different stairwells, and two displaying different sets of doors. There are several different types of security cameras in the background.

Frequently Asked Questions:

I made a mistake when registering my camera/I want to be removed from the Registry.

If you need your registration information edited, or wish to be removed from the Registry, please email with the following information:

  • Your name;
  • Your phone number;
  • Address of the camera;

An officer will be in contact to confirm your identity and make the requested changes.

How often will I be contacted?

Ideally, you won’t be contacted at all, however you may be if an incident occurs in your neighbourhood and Police believe your security cameras may have recorded something relevant to an investigation.

I have video footage to provide to SPS. How do I do it?

If your footage has been requested by Police and you are willing to provide it, we ask that you save the file(s) to a USB drive. While we prefer *.MP4 and *.WMV formats, we have tools available to view most surveillance video footage. You may bring the USB drive to the SPS Service Centre.
If you are unable to deliver the footage or require assistance downloading or exporting video, call (306) 975-8300 and an SPS member will be dispatched to assist you.

  • To better serve you, please indicate either the occurrence number provided to you, or the name of the Investigator you spoke with, when providing video footage to the SPS.

How will my information and privacy be protected?

The Saskatoon Police Service recognizes the importance of every individual’s right to privacy. All personal information collected will be done so in accordance with the Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (LA FOIP).
Further information on LA FOIP can be found at

If you have any questions regarding how SPS collects or uses your information, please contact:

Register Your Cameras