In loving memory of Devin Page Jr., Allie Rice, and all lives lost to senseless gun violence

Phase 1: Support the areas most affected by violent crime

After securing federal dollars, we partnered with law enforcement and the Baton Rouge Area Chamber to identify a number of high crime areas in the City of Baton Rouge. 

Phase One of the Page/Rice Camera Initiative will provide, at no cost, crime cameras to selected home and business owners in those areas. The initiative will cover the cost of the cameras, installation, and connection to law enforcement. In addition, we are accepting private donations for the purchase of additional cameras to expand the reach of the initiative.

Click the "REQUEST" button below if you live or work in one of the highlighted areas on the map and are willing to host a crime camera. Selected recipients must provide electricity and an internet connection.

Request a free camera to be installed at your home or business

Fund a camera on a home or business in a high crime area of Baton Rouge 

Purchase a camera subscription for your home or business in Baton Rouge 

Make a one-time or reccuring donation to the camera initiative 



The Page/Rice Camera Initiative is partially funded through a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this initiative (including, without limitation, policies, procedures, and any services or tools provided).