Private CCTVs to be linked to police control centres
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will soon have tens of thousands of closed-circuit television (CCTVs) – all linked to state police contingents and Bukit Aman – to monitor all corners and alleys, ultimately to increase public safety.
Dubbed the “Safecam Partnership” initiative, the police are coming up with a better method to link privately owned CCTVs to their central command centre (CCC) in all states and police headquarters.
In line with the United Against Crime concept, the collaboration between the force and owners of private premises forms the biggest CCTV network in the country. Read more