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Rachakonda CP inaugurates CCTVs
As a part of Community policing on Saturday, Mahesh M Bhagwat, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda has inaugurated 28 CCTV cameras at Radha Krishna Nagar Welfare Association under Malkajgiri police station limits.
Hyderabad: As a part of Community policing on Saturday, Mahesh M Bhagwat, Commissioner of Police, Rachakonda has inaugurated 28 CCTV cameras at Radha Krishna Nagar Welfare Association under Malkajgiri police station limits.
The total cost of the project is around Rs 8 lakh. All the donors, who contributed in fund raising were felicitated by Commissioner.
Addressing the gathering, Bhagwat said it is a great initiative where the citizens have taken decision to tighten the security of the people living in the area.
Community CCTV cameras forms an important aspect of policing. CCTVs play a key role in catching the offenders red handedly and speeds up the investigation process too, he stated.
The installed cameras will cover all entry and exit points in the area, all main routes of the locality and all crime prone areas. All the cameras would be monitored on a daily basis through teleconference.
The series of car burning cases which took place in the year 2016 was also cracked through CCTV cameras in same colony.
As the saying goes, 'Prevention is better than cure' and therefore it means proactive policing can prevent any form of crime. Support to all such forms of initiatives will always be there, said Mahesh M Bhagwat.