By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 June 2011 • 14:58
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SIXTY CCTV cameras will be set up at public buildings in Roquetas de Mar to improve safety in the town. The cameras will be located both inside and outside buildings such as the town hall, auditorium, Santa Ana Castle and Tax Office, and are connected to the Local Police control centre, the same as the traffic cameras which already exist in the town, and which transmit signals via a network connection.
Most of them have been at the buildings for some time but were used by the internal security staff at each location, and were checked in case of any incident. Now, they will be watched in real time so that the police can act quickly.
The traffic control cameras are installed in areas such as Plaza de los Tres Martires and El Puerto crossroads, although the aim is to increase the number of cameras.
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