Protecting Lives And Properties: VC Commissions CCTV On ATU Campus

The University has successfully commissioned the first phase of the Close Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras at some vantage point of the University premises on Monday May 11, 2020.
The Installation of the security cameras are as part of Management's efforts to beef up security in and outside the confines of the University.  Additionally, investigations involving theft, burglary, and vandalism would be aided and made easy by the use of the CCTV.
The head of security at the University, Mr. Robert Kyei, expressed his gratitude to Management for its sage decision to procure the facility and noted that the cameras will relieve the University of its security burden and safeguard the University from potential security threats. 
Vice Chancellor of ATU, Professor Samuel Nii Odai, urged security personnel to exude professionalism in carrying out their duties. He brought to bear the fact that the facility cannot keep watch on its own and therefore requires vigilance at post in order not to defeat its purpose.
"Know that the cameras are also there as a check on discharging your duty, so those who are fond of sleeping on their job will be exposed" he warned.
The CCTV has the capacity to store videos up to 3 months before it is automatically stored on a hard drive which will serve as a reference point in the event of any security breach.