Tihar Jail in India Offers IP Protection

March 2009
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2009, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p18
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The article focuses on the security developments on the criminal rehabilitation of Tihar Jail in New Delhi, India. Having been known as the largest prison complex in the world with security efficiency a problem, Tihar Jail management has decided to install an efficient video surveillance system to tract, monitor and record movements in critical locations. With the installation of the video management system, the jail management has regarded the move to offer a safe and secure detention facility.


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