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La police et Huawei signent une convention pour généraliser les caméras de surveillance

© Koaci.com- Jeudi 16 Février 2017- Au Cameroun, la police et l’entreprise chinoise Huawei, sont désormais liés par une convention pour généraliser l’installation des cameras de surveillance a travers le pays.

Après avoir lancé une campagne citoyenne pour dénoncer les suspects dans les quartiers, dans le cadre de la lutte contre le terrorisme, la police camerounaise et Huawei, sont désormais liés par une convention pour généraliser l’installation des cameras de surveillance à travers le pays.

Douala et Yaoundé, les principales métropoles qui bénéficient déjà d’un réseau de vidéo surveillance électronique, vont voir leurs capacités renforcer.

Et, les autres villes du pays, vont également pouvoir bénéficier du même dispositif. L’objectif, apprend-on, est de lutter contre le grand banditisme et le terrorisme.

Armand Ougock, Yaoundé

Koaci

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9 comments

  1. What’s the use, you don’t need all that when you have civil law. Just make up the law as you go along. A banana republic that can only afford to pay it’s police peanuts.

    • Cameras (this one seems to be solar powered ,cut down alot of investigaion and wittness obbligations ( not everyone feels safe in being one ) of repetative petty organised crime like stealing peoples luggage at pick up points of long haul buses.,or fining overladen dangerous trucks in bulit up pedestrian areas at peak times ,accidents can be prevented ,cuts out paperwork .Cameroons police commendably do respond to many petty crimes that in the west they just yawn at and its given fair process when they get to court in Cameroon. And its good they are getting help from technolagy as long as the price and equipment is realistic to the needs .Maybe bigger crimes go on the wayside due to costs and time needed ..

  2. Let’s use it to fight rampant corruption by the police. Don’t just use it to prey on private citizens.

  3. Good initiative as it will help reduce criminality hopefully they will also think about how to supply permanent power cause i don’t trust ENEO .

  4. Some are saying it is too early for us to be there as we don’t have roads and whatever …
    Same was said about the internet and cellular phone because very few people had land lines.
    We don’t have to go through all the conventional steps.
    We could skip some few steps in our marathon towards Emergency 2035

  5. Every police and military officer should carry one at all times. Even when they are at their homes wr have to stop them from stealing beef from the pot.

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