The local government of Tabuk City in Kalinga has partnered with the Quezon City government to set up a command center for its anti-crime and peace and order campaign.
Mayor Darwin Estranero on Tuesday said in an interview that the project’s Phase 1 is now operational which covers the establishment of a command center, installation of antenna sites at the City Hall and Mt. Talama, including the 36 high-definition closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras mounted in strategic areas of the city.
The Politiko added that this partnership is complete with other supplementary resources like a computer application using a facial recognition system as well as vehicle plate recognition and speed sensors.
“This will help in solving crime incidents or prevent it especially when criminals are at large,” Mayor Estranero said.