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Mandatory installation of CCTV by business firms in crime-prone areas mulled
By Mari Cruz Saturday, 09 July 2011 23:47
BAGUIO CITY - The Regional Law Enforcement Coordinating Committee (RLECC) is set to come up with a resolution requesting the Baguio City Council Peace and Order Council to craft an ordinance making it mandatory for establishment owners to install Closed-Circuit Television(CCTV) cameras inside and outside their premises as deterrent and for easy monitoring of criminal activities in the area.
In the second quarter RLECC regular meeting held last week, the Sub-Committee on Intelligence Coordination (SCIC) identified the installation of the CCTV as a more effective tool in the anti-criminality campaign in the city.
Accordingly, installation of CCTV systems especially in major business establishments and in identified crime-prone areas would lead criminals to be apprehensive in perpetrating their crimes.
Atty. Elmer Sagsago of the Department of Justice has suggested that perhaps one of the conditions for the issuance of a business permit will be for the establishment to install a CCTV for purposes of preventing criminality.
Newly designated Baguio City Police Office Deputy City Director for Operations, PSupt Benjamin Sembrano said the Quezon City government has already adopted the CCTV policy and due for implementation next year.…...

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