Pang-kontra sa krime: Remulla distributes 170 CCTVs to 3 more Cavite towns
In line with crime detection and elimination efforts, Cavite Governor Jesus Crispin “Boying” Remulla has distributed 170 closed-circuit television (CCTV) units to representatives of the towns of Tanza, Naic, Indang and Trece Martires City last March 29.
Turned over ceremonies took place at the Inocencio Covered Court in this city Trece Martires City.
The politiko said the CCTVs will be installed in several barangays, subdivisions and schools in order “to help maintain peace and order in these localities and as a deterrent to crime.”
Remulla said the CCTVs have proved to be an effective tool in monitoring and deterring criminal activities.
The Cavite governor, who also chairs the Regional Peace and Order Council (RPOC IV-Calabarzon) also assured the public that more projects are aligned to public safety and will be implemented including installations of more CCTVs in all Cavite cities and towns..
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