Video surveillance is very popular in Libourne. Residents and elected officials alike love video surveillance. While the goal of live viewing for 24 hours is often mentioned, it is not a reality. Currently, live video monitoring is available for only seven hours. This was a fact that was reaffirmed Monday night in City Council between Gonzague Malherbe, Philippe Buisson, and others.
Ex-RN, former at Reconquete, the elected opposition member, began a discussion on the updating of the staffing table and the recruitment two "video operators", in order to return to the subject, which he finds expensive. I understand you have two agents who will be able to extend the viewing window. But how many would you need to view 24 hours a day? The recent recruitment of two video operators will allow you to view the videos up until the end municipal police service (i.e. It will resume at 8:30 a.m. We would have an agent who observes and can't mobilize our agents to action. The mayor explains that it is crucial that the timing of the PM is met. Remember that few municipalities have cameras available 24 hours a days.
Philippe Buisson grabs the ball at the jump, if not to slip, his desire "convince together” the gendarmerie in order to better seize images transferred by the City at night, during the few hour of absence of PM. Objet: She ensures that she has a constant view, or at the very least, masters and takes control of this tool. He said, in full Facebook Live, "Which? Between you and me?" He discussed the subject with General Andre Petillot (commander of the Bordeaux defense-security zone). Some departments have video protection that is not transferred to local barracks as in Libourne but to the operational centre. General Petillot was also referred to this suggestion by the city councilor. The mayor answered the first question, but not the second. Live and continuous viewing would require at least two additional agents. This is because of the difficulties of not being able in the morning to intervene if there are no PM.