CCTVs alone not good enough


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  • Tuesday, 24 Jun 2003

KUALA LUMPUR: Local authorities are taking another look at the safety measures in car parks located at high-rise buildings and shopping complexes, in the wake of the abduction of IT analyst Candy Ong at Bangsar Shopping Complex and subsequent gruesome murder last week. 

At the same time the Malaysian Shopping Complexes and High Rise Commercial Buildings Management Association said it had, since early this year, come out with its own standard operating practices and found that manned car parks function better than the unmanned autopay system in deterring crimes. 

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