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192 police stations soon to get 10 CCTVs: Delhi police

THE ASIAN AGE.
Published : Dec 15, 2017, 1:54 am IST
Updated : Dec 15, 2017, 1:54 am IST

The police said in a status report that it was likely to complete the work in six to eight weeks.

The report was filed by a deputy commissioner of police in pursuance of court’s December 11 order by which the agency was asked to give a time frame for setting up CCTV.
 The report was filed by a deputy commissioner of police in pursuance of court’s December 11 order by which the agency was asked to give a time frame for setting up CCTV.

New Delhi: The Delhi police on Thursday informed the high court that a total of 10 CCTV cameras would be installed in 192 police stations and 42 chowkis in the city.

The police said in a status report that it was likely to complete the work in six to eight weeks.

 

The report was filed by a deputy commissioner of police in pursuance of court’s December 11 order by which the agency was asked to give a time frame for setting up CCTV.

A bench of justices S. Ravindra Bhat and Sanjeev Sachdeva also asked the authorities to ensure that footage of CCTVs was stored for at least one month or even for three months, as per the storage capacity of the devices.

The report, filed through Delhi police’s additional standing counsel Rajesh Mahajan, said “locations of CCTV cameras to be installed in the police stations have been discussed by the committee of senior officers keeping in mind the places where police-public interface takes place and also other sensitive parts of the police station.

 

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