Lutsenko demands to install cameras in banks and shops

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs supports obligatory establishment of the round-the-clock video surveillance for means of owners in the shops selling alcohol, and also in jeweler establishments.

It to journalists was declared by the Minister of Internal Affairs Yury Lutsenko, reports Regional committee with reference to the Ukrainian news.

According to him, on those objects where large sums of money are stored, the round-the-clock video surveillance also has to be established.

"From our point of view, in such points there has to be the round-the-clock supervision for means of owners. It is a question not only of banks, but also of shops on alcohol sale, jewelry stores", - Lutsenko told.

The minister reminded that it is desirable to equip schools and kindergartens with disturbing buttons of a call of militia for suppression of any crimes.

Lutsenko emphasized that such measures will be taken even by parents as worry for the children and are ready to secure them thus.

It is known that Lutsenko urges NBU to oblige banking institutions to equip the rooms with supervision video cameras, and the prosecutor of Kiev Evgeny Blazhivsky suggests to toughen responsibility for officials for a failure to provide of protection of establishments in which the large sums of money are stored.


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