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timberland Security cameras will be installed in Aberdeen Timberland Library for safety and security reasons said Jeff Kleingartner, the communications manager for the Timberland Regional Library system.

Timberland outlet Cameras are being installed in the system’s larger city libraries, to “hopefully deter illegal activities,” he said. A sign will be posted at the building entrance to disclose the use of video security.

Timberland boots men In Aberdeen’s library, there have been threats made to the staff, physical and verbal assaults involving patrons and “someone grabbed a woman outside of the library,” he noted. That perpetrator ran back into the library and was arrested by the Aberdeen Police Department, he said.

Timberland boots men The video is triggered by motion and will be transmitted back to the Timberland Regional Library’s service center. The video system only records when motion is detected.

Timberland outlet Recordings will likely be examined only in the event of a security or safety-related incident, library guidelines say. They may be used “to assist in the safety of patrons, employees, assets and property, as well as to assist law enforcement officials in accordance with applicable laws,” the guidelines states.

Timberland earthkeepers Bids for the system in Aberdeen are being sought and the cameras will be installed at the entrance, outside the restrooms and facing the back parking lot, Kleingartner noted.

Cameras were installed in the Hoquiam Timberland Library a few months ago. There were no physical threats reported but there have been issues with verbal threats, Kleingartner said. People were also found camping and urinating in the parking garage.

Cameras have been installed in Olympia’s library and are going to be installed in Centralia.

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