Keesler AFB steps up security after crimes
Residents living in Keesler off-base housing areas are safer now that the new high tech security cameras are on the lookout.
Friday, Keesler Air Force Base personnel cut the ribbon on the 24/7 detection surveillance technology. The installation of the security cameras comes after more than ten vehicles were vandalized and two stolen at one of the off-base housing areas over the summer.
With the quality of the cameras, Keesler Air Force officials tell News 25 they hope to decrease the amount of criminal activity off-base.
The cameras are installed at the entrances and exits of three different off-base housing areas in Biloxi.