The city of Columbus is considering installing high-definition video cameras at key public sites.
The Republic reports the city will discuss the proposal over the next month.
Locations around Columbus would be outfitted with high-definition video cameras beaming street and park activities to the county emergency operations center and police department front desk…Police officers would be able to access the camera feeds from laptop computers or tablets in their squad cars, police said.
Mayor Kristen Brown says the proposal originated from residents‘ concerns and is expected to cost about $116,000.
City officials are working on a request for proposals and hope to have bids by mid-January.
Network Indiana contributed to this report.