They'll be more of them recording people's actions.
The devices are part of the police department's three year strategic plan, which takes aim at reducing crime.
Currently, five cameras are installed downtown.
They can be found on Main, Monroe, and Mulberry Streets.
Officers say these are areas where a lot of activity happens.
Over time, they've cracked several cases.
Hit and runs, robberies, even DUI's have been caught on camera.
That's why police want to put more in.
"It doesn't cover all the different streets downtown where a lot of the bar traffic goes," explained Public Information Officer Dave White. "Especially at two o'clock where everybody is getting out. If they go out of camera sight and somebody gets battered and is hurt real bad. We can't see that and we can't solve that crime."
Police say it's important to note the cameras don't monitor behavior, they only record it,
They're used as a reference to help detectives solve crimes after they occur.