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With the Christmas season round the corner, Dewey Beach authorities in Delaware are planning to install eight new security cameras to monitor the crowd coming to the beach during the Christmas holidays. Len Read, co-chair of the towna��s public safety task force, has come out with a statement that installing 8 security cameras is more of a preventive measure. The Daily Times of Salisbury has reported recently that the town council meeting that was held in the last week of November voted for a resolution favoring spending $99,822 for acquiring 8 new security cameras.
The council had decided to place the order for 8 new security cameras with a company called Tele-tector. Members decided to go for Tele-tector after analyzing the system provided by different companies including the cameras of Integration Logistics. Authorities decided to choose Tele-tector for its ability to provide a thorough back up of the surveillance video clips that were recorded in any given day. Police Chief, Sam Mackert, informs that in addition to the funding approved by the town council, funding is also provided by the state law enforcement grant that gets its donation from Springbank Foundation. The surplus revenue from the winter gala is also used for this purpose.
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