CCTV cameras have been installed in Singapore to prevent criminals from stealing valuables from businesses, as the country looks to become more secure.
Key points:A total of 2,000 CCTV cameras will be installed across Singapore, including in high-security zonesThe government is considering deploying a mobile security system to ensure that valuable items are not stolenThe Singapore Government is considering installing a mobile system that will automatically lock up valuabees in high security zones as part of its security strategyThe move comes after the killing of a man and the wounding of two men by a knife-wielding gang in Singapore’s south-west in July.
Police said the CCTV footage was obtained from CCTV cameras in high crime areas.
The Singapore government said the deployment of CCTV cameras is part of the government’s security strategy.
The police have also said the mobile security systems are expected to be up and running by 2019.
The new CCTV cameras, which will be deployed across Singapore’s high-crime zones, include a CCTV camera in the middle of the parking lot at a shopping centre, a CCTV video in a public place and a CCTV system installed in a restaurant.
Police are currently considering deploying CCTV cameras to lock up people who have stolen valuabys from businesses and restaurants.
The CCTV system will automatically be up, the Singapore Police Service said.
The system is expected to have cameras in Singapore, as well as in high safety zones, it said in a statement on Friday.
“These systems will help police prevent the theft of valuabilities from businesses or from public places.
The system will also help police detect thieves when they approach,” it said.’
We are a democracy, we are a country with a culture of transparency’Police Commissioner David Koo said that CCTV cameras can help Singaporeans to stay informed about their surroundings, including their neighbours, when criminals are trying to rob them.
“If we want to make sure we can keep our residents safe, we need to make it easy for people to be aware of where they live,” he said.
“We are very aware that CCTV is a technology that can be used to keep us safe.
It can also be used as a tool for security.”
He added that the government is in talks with technology companies to ensure they do not install any equipment that could compromise the security of the CCTV cameras.
“It is not just about the security cameras, but the people who operate them.
The government is aware that the CCTV system is a critical component of the country’s security,” he added.
In April, the South China Morning Post reported that a man was killed in Singapore after being stabbed in the neck while he was shopping in a shopping mall.
The man, who had been identified as a suspect in a robbery of a local bank, was rushed to hospital where he was pronounced dead.