ACTIVA and CEPM donate surveillance cameras and monitoring centers to the National Police
BÁVARO – The telecommunications companies ACTIVA, together with the Punta Cana – Macao Energy Consortium (CEPM), delivered this Tuesday to the National Police Command the first surveillance camera units of the Bávaro Seguro project, located in some of the key intersections of area.
At the event, the delivery of a monitoring center donated and equipped by CEPM was also formalized, which is now operational thanks to technology provided by ACTIVA.
The event was held on the front esplanade of the CEPM plant and was led by General Juan Jerónimo Brown, director of the Eastern Regional of the National Police; General Boris Goico, commander of the Bávaro Community Police; the Director of Operations of CEPM, Saulo Mota, and the Commercial Manager of CEPM/ACTIVA, Wellington Reyes.
“We are proud to be the first to support the National Police in the area, with this initiative led by General Brown in search of better surveillance of the area, more citizen security and a better quality of life for all,” he expressed. engineer Mota, Director of Operations of CEPM.
For his part, engineer Reyes pointed out: “These first intersections chosen for the Bávaro Seguro pilot plan are Av. España, at the intersection of the Hotel Fiesta; the Coco Loco crossing and the Friusa Crossing, in the area of the Texaco Pump, at the entrance to the Hoyo de Friusa.”
For his part, General Brown explained: “We who live in this region know what tourism means. Tourism in this region moves more than 3 million tourists every year. We have the responsibility to guarantee that security that they are buying. That is why I congratulate these companies and tell them that they can count on the work of those of us who make up the Eastern Regional Division of the National Police.”
In a note released to the press, the companies explained that Bávaro Seguro is a project that seeks to monitor in real time the main intersections in the Bávaro area. This discourages crime, provides better tools to combat it, and increases the population’s feeling of security.