GENEVA, Ala. (WDHN) — This week, the Geneva County Commission agreed to spend more than $14,000 to upgrade the courthouse surveillance camera system.
Sheriff Tony Helms says the current system was installed more than 15 years ago, and the video is often fuzzy and hard to distinguish.
The cameras are located both outside and inside the building. With security a key for county employees and the public, a security company will be brought in to modernize the cameras and video recording devices.
Geneva County officials hope to replace the older cameras with newer models in the coming weeks.