City of Shreveport offers eligible residents video doorbells to help combat crime

The City of Shreveport is undertaking grassroots community efforts to help its citizens combat crime within their neighborhoods and homes. As a part of Operation Safe Neighborhoods, the City of Shreveport is offering its residents equipment designed to give homeowners and law enforcement additional tools to assist with public and personal safety.
Equipment includes one video doorbell, installation, and a one-year subscription to security monitoring services. Applications are limited to one per household.
Eligible program participants must:
Reside within the city limits.
Register with the City of Shreveport’s Real Time Crime Center.
Provide a copy of a driver’s license or identification card.
Must not already own a video doorbell.
For questions about this program contact City of Shreveport: Community Development at (318) 673-5900.
Program applications may be submitted online at or by printing and hand-delivering to the City Council Office, located at 505 Travis St. (4th Floor).