That's in addition to the 50 high definition cameras the police force wants to insall in the city in 2013.
But the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is cautioning Arkansans against trading liberty for security.
"One day the camera is on a city square with lots of people. Before you know it, it's on every street corner. Then, it's in your house. If people think that's not going to be attempted, they are wrong," said Rita Sklar, Executive Director of ACLU of Arkansas.
According to Sklar, the ACLU is concerned about Fourth Amendment privacy rights. Little Rock Police say the cameras are not in response to recent crime, but they do so cameras are a tool in the arsenal to provide more security and make more arrests.