Hyderabad: Rachakonda Police Commissioner Mahesh M Bhagwat said surveillance cameras make policing easier and help in providing more security to citizens.
After signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Technip FMC India to provide 65 community CCTV cameras worth Rs 18 lakh under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) here on Wednesday, Bhagwat said, “Surveillance cameras are important in providing more play a role. Safety of citizens, especially women and children.
With their help, many cases were resolved in less time.” He said the surveillance network instills a certain fear among the criminals and deters them from committing crimes.
65 CCTV surveillance cameras will be arranged under the jurisdiction of Nacharam Police Station and the project will be implemented through Technip FMC and their NGO partner Hand-in-Hand Company.
Since Nacharam is largely covered by industries, there is a need for more surveillance cameras for the safety and security of women employees. Officials intend to identify more dark spots and install cameras.
Malkajgiri DCP Rakshita K Murthy thanked Technip FMC India for their support in making Rachakonda a better place to live. Senior Police Officers from Rachakonda and representatives of Technip FMC India were present.
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