Polri readies more than 1,000 CCTVs to secure G20 and GPDRR in Bali

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Surveillance cameras of Polri’s National Traffic Management Center (NTMC). (Source: Medcom)

Jakarta, IO – Bali Police Chief Inspector General Putu Jayan Danu Putra revealed the National Police (Polri) has prepared 1,431 integrated CCTV or surveillance cameras to secure the G20 Summit and UN’s Global Platform Disaster Risk Reduction (GPDRR) in Bali slated for October-November this year.

According to Putu, this network of surveillance cameras will be controlled from the ITDC 91 Command Center facility that has just been completed.

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“This is not just about the CCTVs, but also the readiness of Polri to ensure the security of the G20 Summit and GPDRR,” Putu was quoted as saying by CNN Indonesia, Thursday (26/5).

He explained that the police will also focus on monitoring entry access in three ferry ports, one logistics port, Ngurah Rai International Airport and one type-A bus terminal. “Several other tourist destinations as well as all expressways used by the delegates will also be monitored,” said Putu.