Surveillance at West Kelowna transit exchanges

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WEST KELOWNA - The City of West Kelowna has completed the installation of surveillance cameras at its two transit exchanges to help discourage inappropriate behavior and ensure the safety of users.

The surveillance cameras will monitor the Westbank Transit Exchange on Elliott Road in downtown West Kelowna and the Boucherie Mountain Transit Exchange located on Westgate Road in Boucherie Centre. The cameras will operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and will help deter vandalism, theft or other crimes. The cameras can capture important details that can be provided to West Kelowna RCMP if necessary.

Signs indicating that the areas are under video surveillance have been installed at both exchanges.


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