He Congress of Mexico City approved that the capital authorities should place video surveillance cameras, connected to C5, outside all public and private schools.
The foregoing, with the purpose of safeguarding the physical integrity of minors and young people in terms of security.
“These are instruments that inhibit the commission of crimes and it is possible to scare away sexual predators who are behind the integrity and privacy of infants, mainly”, highlighted the PAN deputy, Diego Garrido, promoter of this reform of the law.
The document states that Mayors must work with the head of the Government Headquarters and the Attorney General’s Office of the capital in order to follow up on the C5 video recordings to strengthen security in terms of prevention, care, investigation and punishment of violence and crime.
The C5 video surveillance systems must also be kept updated, guaranteeing a minimum and equitable number in each city hall, according to the population percentage.
This approved opinion adds section V to article 15, and articles 17 and 22 of the Citizen Security Law of Mexico City are amended, as well as an addition to a fraction of article 7 of the Law that the Use of Technology Federal District.
This will be sent to the Headquarters of the Government for publication in the capital gazette.
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