Together with gas stations, retail chains and proactive citizens, Baltisches Haus joins the project initiated by the police and declares almost 400 video surveillance cameras installed in the territories of the shopping centres managed by the company all over Lithuania.
A total of 10,000 video cameras already serve the public and will help to investigate crimes, violations of law or accidents more efficiently and quickly.
“Each additional video camera increases the likelihood of police officers being able to investigate events more quickly and efficiently, and we encourage other companies and residents to actively join this initiative,” Baltisches Haus IT System Development Project Manager Lukas Pukinskas says.
The registration of cameras to be declared will only take a few minutes and can be done on the website https://www.epolicija.lt/. All the information about the project can be found at: https://bit.ly/38vzNBs.