Santa Margalida town hall deputy mayor and the delegate for Can Picafort, Joan Monjo, says that the town hall is studying the possibility of installing security cameras on the Can Picafort and Son Baulo beaches.

Monjo highlights incidents of theft as well as complaints regarding the number of illegal sellers and masseuses as reasons for considering the cameras. The town hall is also looking at installing them at municipal buildings and other facilities, such as the Green Point. Recently renovated, this is still the target for the theft of metals.

The local police would administer the cameras and data. The town hall has, however, yet to seek permission from the national government delegation to the Balearics. As this is the body with responsibility for security matters in Majorca, it has the ultimate say on whether cameras trained on the "public way" can be installed or not.


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Mike Lammers / Hace over 5 years

Dear Mallorcan Bulletin A few days ago I read that anti social behaviour is still ruling Magaluff and parts of Calvia, notwithstanding the plans and takls to cut it down Now camera's in Can Picafort beaches. As long as the authorities do not get the green light to act more severely and laws keep on being much too soft and criminal-friendly nothing will change nit this yar not within 10 years . Those people shpuld be put into prison or be banned from the island and not being punished as a 5 year old