Coimbatore rural police get 13 hawk visual patrol cars | Coimbatore Information newsfragment

COIMBATORE: Coimbatore district superintendent of police V Badrinarayanan flagged off 13 hawk visual patrol cars from the Police Recruits College (PRS) premises right here on Friday.
L&T Infrastructure Transportation Restricted has allocated Rs 17 lakh beneath its CSR (company social duty) budget and the charity was once old to cure complex cameras at the entrance and rear portion of police patrol and freeway patrol cars.
The cameras can document throughout night time hours with infrared options. A display was once additionally fastened within the automobile and a virtual video recorder (DVR) with two terabytes capability. The video can also be saved for a most of 45 days and after, it’ll be overwritten.
“We can get a clear visual from the cameras on the front and rear side of the vehicles and it can be monitored from the police control room. The cameras are vibration free, and the footage is very clear during the day and night. We have installed the cameras for 13 patrol vehicles in the first phase and we are planning to install 40 two-wheeler patrol vehicles in the next phase,” stated Badrinarayanan.
He stated that the agricultural police restrict has 11,000 CCTV cameras. Of them 10,200 cameras are in running situation.
“We have been adding CCTV cameras in the district. We have installed 450 CCTV cameras in the jurisdiction of Sulur police station and 200 each cameras in the Karamadai and Mettupalayam police station jurisdictions. We are planning to install 200 CCTV cameras at the Pollachi police station limits soon,” stated Badrinarayanan.

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