The plan wants self-government to prevent crimes committed in public places and to make it clearer.
The streets of the old city of Bratislava must carry cameras. The monitoring system concerns busy places such as Panská Street and Rybný Square, Zichy Palace, Rudnay Square and Kapitulska Street.
"Funding wants to get the city out of resources available from the Slovak Government's Government Council for Crime Prevention as well as from its own resources. The camera market will be the result of public procurement," said Nora Gubkova, spokesperson the old world.
The plan wants self-government to prevent crimes committed in public places and to make it clearer. The system will also be notified by the appropriate authorities and will ensure timely intervention and assistance to citizens or visitors to the area, such as a traffic accident, fire or march.
Finally, the protection of the life, health and property of residents and visitors, the protection of property in the city, institutions, as well as organizations and business units based and operating in the center of the capital must be improved.