Browsing All posts tagged under »CCTV«

Last year’s P1.6 M loss a ‘learning experience’ Ballesteros says

January 5, 2013


Almost a year has passed, but the Cebu City police have yet to solve the theft of about P1.6 million cash taken from the vault of the Sinulog Foundation Inc. (SFI). “The police should have looked at all angles,” said SFI executive director Ricky Ballesteros, who said he was frustrated with the unsolved case which […]

CCTV in M’daue market seen to boost sales

November 12, 2012


THE Mandaue City government is still open to interested suppliers of the security camera project of the city’s public market. The installation of security cameras in the market, market manager Musoline Suliva said, is one of his top priorities “as it encourages people to shop in the new market because they feel more secure. He […]

Mandaue to put up 36 security cameras in market

November 9, 2012


THE Mandaue city government has set aside P1.7 million to buy 36 security cameras for the new Mandaue City public market at the reclamation area. The project still has to undergo public bidding. The 36 closed circuit television cameras (CCTV) would be placed in strategic areas inside and outside the market to help ensure the […]

2 men waited for 2 hours before Korean ambush

November 3, 2012


IN the CCTV footage presented by police, both the gunman and his accomplice were seen lingering in the vicinity of the Pacific Villa subdivision gate for two hours before the Oct. 31 ambush. 6:30 AM – The accomplice arrives near the gate. He wears a black black ball cup, jeans and a gray t-shirt. At […]

Fiscals ask: Why bend rules again for inmate?

April 4, 2012


    Strike two for the Cebu provincial jail’s special treatment of an inmate accused of murder in Aklan province, where he used to be a town mayor. A day after videotaped scenes emerged of a birthday party held for detained ex-mayor Alfredo Arsenio inside the office of the warden, the Regional State Prosecutor’s Office […]

Mandaue City market to set up security cameras

November 23, 2011


THE revamped Mandaue City market will feature closed-circuit TV cameras worth P2.5 million placed on strategic areas to help guards and police secure the area, market administrator Musoline Suliva said yesterday. Suliva said security personnel will monitor the market through 16 closed-circuit TV cameras. He said they will seek police augmentation when the market opens […]