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San Clemente Times

The city of San Clemente has started a surveillance camera loaner program through Ring Stick-Up Cameras.
“Surveillance cameras are a great way to provide security for your home or workplace,” a press release from the city stated. “As well as providing you with video footage of any events that may happen, they also act as a visible deterrent to criminals and assist the local authorities in their investigations.”

San Clemente residents can test the surveillance camera before they buy. The city purchased two Ring Stick-Up Cameras.

Photo: Courtesy city of San Clemente
Photo: Courtesy city of San Clemente

“The camera is weather-resistant and has a wire-free mount to see, hear and speak with your guests,” the release stated. “All systems are easy to set up and do not require a professional to install.”

People can check out the camera for one week period, and there may be a waiting list due to the demand for the program.

“Residents will need to sign a hold harmless release form before checking out the loaner camera,” the release stated. “After the one-week loan, residents who want to purchase one will receive $25 off the $199 purchase price when purchased through Ring by using the promo code, 7sanclemente at”

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