Kyiv city state administration (KCSA) intends to introduce a unified video surveillance system in the capital. This was stated by the chief of staff of the KSCA Volodymyr Bondarenko, reports the press service of the administration.
«Now we are faced with the problem of absence in the capital of a unified system of video surveillance. The implementation of this programme, which envisages the introduction of modern technical means, through the joint efforts and coordinated work of law enforcement agencies and city authorities will improve the crime situation in the capital. Moreover, this project will contribute to improving the quality of management processes taking place in Kiev. In particular, the ability to respond quickly to changes in the transport situation», — said Bondarenko.
According to him, the programme «Safe capital» in Kyiv will operate the so-called situation centre, which was opened in the Directorate of the National police before Euro 2012. In the situation center will receive information from the cameras, which will use law enforcement bodies for the purpose of recording offences.
In addition, in Kyiv city will create a unified situation center, which will be placed in the Kyiv city state administration, for the purpose of traffic control in the capital and the development of various situational schemes in order to avoid the formation of traffic congestion.
«Today, we have a goal of outfitting roads and intersections required by CCTV cameras, installed panic buttons to call police in an emergency situation, receiving signals of fraud and quickly respond. In particular, we are talking about equipping the facades of the municipal enterprises, educational institutions, residential houses. Moreover, the city will negotiate with representatives of private companies to install these buttons and external surveillance cameras at these institutions», — said Bondarenko.
Earlier it was reported that in Kiev will install the signs with the phones responsible for the condition of the roads.
In Kiev will create a unified surveillance system 05.02.2016