Cozumel security boosted with 33 surveillance cameras and three security arches
More than 30 surveillance cameras have been installed and are now operational in various locations across the island of Cozumel. This initiative was a joint effort between the state and municipal governments, resulting in the installation of 33 advanced cameras and three security arches.
Cozumel Police have reported that the government successfully installed the initial batch of 33 cutting-edge video surveillance cameras, which are expected to be followed by additional cameras provided by the City Council. This development is aimed at benefiting the local population.
These newly installed cameras offer several enhanced features, including facial recognition technology and the ability to detect vehicle license plates. Additionally, they have the capability to integrate software that can identify the IMEI of cell phones in cases related to criminal activities.
The operation and monitoring of these cameras will be carried out by the state’s Command, Control, Communications, and Computing Center (C5) in collaboration with the Public Security Command and Control Center (C2). This collaboration ensures a prompt response from the authorities in the event of any criminal activity and enables effective event monitoring.
Overall, the installation of these surveillance cameras and security arches significantly boosts the security measures in place on the island of Cozumel. The advanced features of these cameras, coupled with the collaborative efforts of the state and municipal governments, aim to provide a safer environment for the local community and tourists alike.