MANILA, Philippines - The Philippine National Police (PNP) has started meeting with various government and non-government agencies to expedite the implementation of its CCTV installation project in crime prone areas in Metro Manila.
The PNP, through the Directorate for Information and Communications Technology Management headed by Police Director Rodrigo De Gracia, on Wednesday staged an exploratory meeting with the stakeholders on the project.
MANILA, Philippines - Interior and Local Government Secretary Mar Roxas has ordered the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) to install more CCTV cameras in the Bonifacio Monumento-Caloocan area. NCRPO director Mel Valmoria said that 34 CCTV cameras, which will cost P900,000, will be installed within the vicinity. Roxas said he chose to put in that area because of high volume of foot traffic, with almost 170,000 commuters.
AUTHORITIES ON TRAIL OF THIEVES CAUGHT ON CCTV IN MANILA AND QUEZON CITY
Thieves in separate incidents in Manila and Quezon City have the authorities hot on their trail after they were caught on closed-circuit television (CCTV). In Manila, a barangay's CCTV setup helped a woman identify the man who broke into her house and took her valuables, GMA News' Susan Enriquez reported on "24 Oras" Jacquelin Pones of Vigan Street in Sampaloc said she woke up Thursday to find her bag, money and mobile gadgets missing.