QC will implement No cctv – No Business Permit Policy starting 2012

Excerpt From: Manila Bulletin

Mayor Herbert Bautista directed business permit and licensing office (BPLO) chief Pacifico Maghacot to implement a no-CCTV no-business permit policy starting next year as deterrent to criminal activities.

Quezon City Police District (QCPD) Director Chief Superintendent George Regis said the installation of CCTV is a big boost to the peace and order campaign of the police particularly in minimizing crime incidence especially car theft and kidnapping.

Bautista asked Maghacot to give priority in the CCTV requirement to all high-risk establishments like car dealership stores, both high-end and trade-ins, schools, convenience stores, gasoline stations and banks.

The mayor said the adoption of the new policy will make CCTV installation a pre-requisite when applying or renewing business permit in the city starting January 2012.

 

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