The project wants the local government to help prevent and clarify crimes committed in public places.
The streets of Bratislava's Old Town must have a camera. The monitoring system is about busy sites like Panská Street and Rybný square, Zichy Palace, Rudnay Square and Kapitulska Street.
"Finance wants to build a city with the resources allocated by the Slovakian Government Council as crime prevention and its own resources," said Nora Gubkova, a spokesman for Nora Gubkova.
The project wants the local government to help prevent and clarify crimes committed in public places. This system will receive operational notice by the competent authority and will appropriately intervene and support posting to city or citizens such as a traffic accident, fire or march.
Finally, the protection of the property of the city, as well as the organizations and businesses operating based on the lives and health and property protection of residents and visitors, and the center of water and water, should be improved.