Radan requested budget allocation for police body cameras
A day after the Iranian parliament mandated the installation of crime-detecting cameras on the uniforms of its officers in cars and public places, Mohammadreza Radan, the commander of Faraaja, once again called for budget allocation for thousands of police body cameras.
According to Mehr News Agency, he stated that in order to implement the parliament’s decision of having all officers on missions and vehicles transporting suspects equipped with body cameras, at least 150,000 body cameras are needed.
Mr. Radan stated that currently there are about 20,000 body cameras available, with 8,000 of them being online cameras and 12,000 offline cameras.
In June of this year, he mentioned that the enforcement of uncovering veils through cameras is underway, and the law enforcement has requested the government to increase the coverage of surveillance cameras. He also stated that the President agreed with this issue, and it is hoped that funds will be allocated for this matter soon.
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