- MMDA traffic enforcers will start using body cameras
- The high-definition cameras were donated by PC WORX
- Traffic enforcers assigned in EDSA will be the first to use body cameras
The traffic enforcers of the Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) will be equipped with body cameras to make them more effective in managing and monitoring the traffic flow in the metropolis.
According to the Inquirer, during a press conference, MMDA Chairman Danny Lim presented to members of the media 20 high-definition body cameras which were donated by PC WORX, a company that provides computers, office equipment and related products.
“Malaking bagay ito. Sa totoo lang, matagal na tong nasa wishlist ng mga pulis natin [This is big deal. Truth is, this has been in our policemen’s wish list for so long],” Lim said as he thanked PC WORX.
PC WORX Vice President Ferwin Lao said the donation is the company’s expression of support to MMDA’s programs.
Traffic enforcers assigned on EDSA would be prioritized in the distribution of the body cameras, Lim said, adding the implementation of the use of the body cameras will start on Friday, December 8.