How much it costs Cape Town to set up CCTV – and how successful they are at stopping crime

How much it costs Cape Town to set up CCTV – and how successful they are at stopping crime | #TpromoCom #CCTV #CrimePrevention #Crime | In a statement published earlier this week, the city said that camera installations for the 2017/18 financial year are being finalised, but by the end of June 2018, its strategic surveillance unit (SSU) will have overseen the installation of new CCTV infrastructure in 41 wards at a cost of R6,170,666.

This is in addition to R9.5 million made available through the Integrated City Development Grant and the Safety and Security Directorate for installations in Kraaifontein, Wallacedene and Bokmakierie in Athlone, it said.

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