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Mayor Oric Furigay’s leadership brings enhanced security measures to Lamitan City

In a concerted effort to enhance public safety and deter criminal activities, Lamitan City has taken significant steps under the guidance of Mayor Oric Furigay.

The recent enforcement of City Ordinance No. 2022-15, mandating the installation of Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) systems in specific establishments and high-risk locations, is a key example of the city’s commitment to maintaining a secure environment for its residents and businesses.

Yesterday, February 22, 2024, the Business Permit and Licensing Section (BPLS), led by Ms. Mary Christine A. Aliwanag, commenced inspections of various businesses to ensure compliance with the ordinance.

The inspection team received technical support from specialists in various city offices, including the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, City Engineer’s Office, City Planning and Development Office, Information Technology Section, and the Lamitan City Police Station.

The presence of CCTV cameras acts as a deterrent against potential criminal activities such as theft, vandalism, and trespassing.

They provide real-time monitoring of both internal and external areas, promoting employee and customer safety while also identifying potential security vulnerabilities.

Analyzing footage can help in refining operational procedures, improving efficiency, and minimizing losses.

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