Mauritius news update – CCTV installations launched by Prime Minister to improve safety and security

None other than the Mauritius Prime Minister Dr. Navin Ramgoolan launched the islands latest innovation of CCTV surveillance yesterday, which will considerably improve safety and security for both locals but also for tourists visiting the island. The capital Port Louis will have 272 cameras, stationary and rotating while the tourist resort of Grand Baie will have 68 cameras operating on a 24 / 7 basis, covering the most popular areas and roads leading to the tourist resorts, all feeding into the respective police control rooms.
The security drive is supported by the tourism industry of Mauritius as well as local communities set to benefit from this crime watch facility and is expected to expand further across the island to cover other crucial traffic spots, installations and areas frequented by tourist visitors. Well done indeed.

6 Responses

  1. Flic en flac should be another security spot for Foreigners and residents of Mauritius .It is a place that I visit and stay every year.and it is well populated and one of the best spot for tourists..Amazing sunset .

  2. Since some streets are kinda risky for tourist its a good idea to install CCTV cameras for more safety.

  3. CCTV was not much benefit to Michaele when she was murdered on her honeymoon.

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