Help Bust Drug Smugglers On Your PC
UPDATE: The website BlueServo has shut down due to financial reasons. The following is an example clip (showing Mexicans transporting bails of Marijuana) from the old website called http://blueservo.net/ that allowed anyone to watch live cameras of the Mexian-US border and report any suspicious activity. The Texas Border Sheriff's Coalition (TBSC) joined BlueServoSM in a public-private partnership to deploy the Virtual Community Watch, an innovative real-time surveillance program designed to empower the public to proactively participate in fighting border crime. The TBSC BlueServoSM Virtual Community WatchSM was a network of cameras and sensors along the Texas-Mexico border that feeds live streaming video to www.BlueServo.net. Users would log into the BlueServoSM website and directly monitor suspicious criminal activity along the border via this virtual fenceSM. From Stephen @ BlueServo to Walter Broadwell on FB Blue Servo Page - "I regret to inform you that the State DPS agency can no longer pay for the Sheriff to have the BlueServo virtual fence tool. Therefore I have had to turn off the system for financial reasons. I am trying to get an email out to our 202,000 plus users who volunteered to become virtual Texas deputy.I want to thank you for your time and I know the Sheriff's greatly appreciate all the wonderful support they have received by thousands of patriotic users. We have accomplished over 5,200 law enforcement interdictions, that works out to be a 92% success rate for stopping illegal border crossings, 202,633 users signed up to watch the Texas border for the Border Sheriff's, we had 165 million hits on Blueservo and users watched 11 minutes and 28 seconds on average per log in. Right now we don't know our future direction or next step."