Jan 102019
 January 10, 2019  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

DutchNews.nl reports:

Some 40,000 private security cameras have been added to the police surveillance network since September 2017, taking the total nationwide to 200,000, the police confirmed on Thursday.

The cameras, owned by private individuals and companies, are registered with the police Camera in Beeld network and can be accessed by officials if there has been an incident.

On Thursday, justice minister Ferd Grapperhaus will also launch a campaign to get more of the estimated 1.5 million security cameras in the Netherlands included in the data bank, which was set up in 2014.

Read more at DutchNews.nl.

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