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Surveillance Cameras are Intended for Patrol Police Crews and for Patrol-Inspectors

Published: May 10, 2013 | 10:04 pm
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(CNA)-Ministry of Internal Affairs announced tender on the purchase of 2900 adjustable surveillance cameras on police uniforms for patrol officers on May 7. The mentioned cameras are intended for Patrol Police crews and for patrol-inspectors throughout Georgia.

Tender on adjustable surveillance cameras is being held in open and transparent environment. Public was informed on equipping patrol-inspectors with cameras before the tender was announced and It is also notable that presentation on the mentioned subject was also held for media.

Video cameras are applied for monitoring Patrol Police employees, to raise credibility in defending human rights, to expose objective reality and in order to evaluate the rightfulness of decisions made by patrol police officers in particular cases. In accordance with definitions provided by the law civilian will be warned about video recording in advance by patrol-inspector.

Similar methods are approbated in the United States, Great Britain and a number of European countries.

The mentioned innovation will improve the level of interaction between patrol and population, considering that video records will be available for both parties to prove their innocence.

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