BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) — Crime cameras will soon be installed in areas where two high-profile deadly shootings happened in 2022.

An initiative aiming to deter crime in Baton Rouge by installing cameras called the Page/Rice Camera Initiative was announced in November 2022. The initiative is named after two Baton Rouge shooting victims — Allison “Allie” Rice, 21, and Devin Page, Jr., 3.

The Live Like Allie Foundation made its first donation to the initiative last week, according to a Facebook post. The foundation said two cameras will be installed at the location where Rice was killed and near the location where Page was killed.

Rice, a Geismar native LSU student, was killed in an early morning shooting in the 1500 block of Government Street on September 16, 2022. The reward for a tip that would lead to an arrest in the case is currently at $55,000.

Police said Page was killed by a stray bullet while lying in bed in April 2022. The shooting happened in the 5100 block of Fairfields Avenue.

Baton Rouge police have not announced arrests in either case.

The camera initiative, which is paid for with federal dollars, looks to install cameras in areas with high crime at no cost to chosen homes and businesses, according to the website. The initiative is accepting private donations to add more cameras in Baton Rouge.

Residents or businesses in identified high-crime areas can request camera installation. Click here to make a request.

 Anyone with information regarding the shootings is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 225-344-7867.