The Cambodian government plans to install hundreds of security cameras along major roads in Sihanoukville next year. The cameras, which the government will be paying for, is meant to monitor traffic as well as increase security in the town.
Major General Chuon Narin, chief of Preah Sihanouk provincial police, was recently quoted as saying that a total of 600 cameras will be placed in 500 central locations in Sihanoukville, including along 34 newly-constructed roads.
“600 cameras will indeed be installed in 500 important places to monitor activities related to security. A command centre will be in the Preah Sihanouk police headquarters,” local media quoted him as saying.
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