First paid cameras in Ukraine to appear in Lukyanovsky remand center
Pay cameras in remand centers, designed for six places, will first appear in the remand center in Kiev.
This was announced by the Deputy Minister of Justice Elena Vysotskaya, informs the press service of the Ministry of Justice.
“We are now equipping these cameras in manual mode and we know how many they will be in each institution. We start with the Kiev remand center. There are six locations, ”said Vysotskaya.
According to her, an agreement on the installation in an improved cell will be concluded in writing between the detainee and the administration. A video surveillance system will also be installed to monitor the occupancy of these cameras.
“We also have information on how to fill in special accounts. And so we can compare once a week or a month the information submitted by the administration with the actual presence of someone in the cells, “said the deputy minister.
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She stressed that these innovations should eliminate the corruption component in the institutions.
“We want this money to go to the special fund of the institution we control,” said Vysotskaya.
As Ukrinform reported, at a meeting on April 22, the Cabinet of Ministers supported the implementation of a pilot project on paid services aimed at improving the living conditions and food of detainees in the centers. of the provisional detention of the Criminal Executive Service of Ukraine.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru