Leverage Detect and the City of Rancho Cucamonga to Expand Public Safety Video Network


Steve Wolff

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Leverage Information Systems

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Riverside, California (US):

The new Sports Center in the City of Rancho Cucamonga broke ground April of last year. It will be bigger than the existing RC Sports Center and will include three indoor and three outdoor multi-use courts, a multipurpose room, concession, and office space for city staff.


The size and number of facilities called for a robust surveillance and security system.


In response to this need, developers worked with city staff and engineers from Leverage Information Systems to develop the appropriate surveillance and security platform for the new facility.


The security and network solutions provider was selected to install surveillance cameras throughout the facility and integrate them into the Public Safety Video Network of the City of Rancho Cucamonga.


The video network is an ongoing project where surveillance-style cameras are deployed all over the city to promote public safety. It started in 2013 with the Victoria Gardens Shopping Center and parts of the Foothill corridor receiving the 12 cameras that were first deployed.


The project continued to expand over the past 5 years and now includes a variety of city facilities and properties open to the public and some of the school districts within the city.


According to the City of Rancho Cucamonga, the cameras add a layer of security that ensures public safety and enhances the citizens’ quality of life. People who frequent locations where the cameras installed will have a sense of security.


The Public Safety Video Network will also support law enforcement.


When completed, the new Sports Center will provide a sports area for the community that is centrally located.


It is expected that the number of visitors to the new facility will double. Thus, the need for a robust surveillance and security platform.


The role of Leverage Information Systems is just one of the advanced design considerations for the project.


As what RJM Design Group’s Zachary Mueting said, “The city put a lot of forethought in how this building will evolve. It wasn’t just built for today. It’s been designed for the evolution down the road.”


RJM Design Group is the architecture firm chosen for the project.




About Leverage Detect: Leverage Information Systems, Inc. designs and delivers networking solutions for commercial and government sectors. It offers data center, cloud, voice and video, network infrastructure, wireless, RFID asset tracking, unified communications, Web collaboration and conferencing, virtualization, INFOSEC service, IT security, and IP surveillance solutions. Leverage Detect serves education, finance, the federal government, gaming/casino, healthcare, hospitality, enterprise, state and local government, public safety/first responder, security, intelligence, defense, science, mid-markets, and utilities. It provides its solutions through distributors. Leverage Information Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Federal Network Services, Inc. and changed its name to Leverage Information Systems, Inc. in March 2007. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Woodinville, Washington and services all surveillance solutions in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange and San Diego Counties.