Public Safety Improvements

Atlantic City Police Department Command Center


The Atlantic County Improvement Authority provided project management/contract administration services and field observation services for a state-of-the-art video surveillance command center for the Atlantic City Police Department in the City’s Public Safety Building. 

“There is going to be a video record of everything that goes on on the Boardwalk, 24 hours a day.  If you commit a crime on the Boardwalk, you’re doing it at your own peril.” - Chief Henry White

The Command Center has seven (7) work stations with four (4) monitors each and five (5) 80”monitors to monitor a total of 230 thirty pan-tilt-zoom cameras location along the Boardwalk and at the end of each street that meets the Boardwalk. Command Center is manned 24-7 by 2nd class police officers and includes a conference room for seating 24 for large event operations.  During the first year of operation after opening in February of 2017, monitors at the surveillance room at the Command Center resulted in 289 arrests.