Minister of Justice Denys Malyuska said that the introduction of paid cameras in pre-trial detention centers has already yielded results. He told about this on his page on Facebook, while summing up the work of the Ministry of Justice over the past 100 days.
“We launched paid cells in pre-trial detention centers. This is just a small brick in huge prison reform, which I talked about a lot. But it also gives its results. We have already received over $4 thousands of additional funds as payment,” Malyuska informed.
According to him, this money will be used to repair free cameras.
As we reported before, pay-to-stay cells would appear in the Kyiv pre-trial detention center, they were designed for six places. The rooms were equipped with video surveillance to exclude the corruption component.
"We are now equipping these cameras in manual mode and we know how many there will be in each institution. We start from the Kyiv pre-trial detention center. There are six places in it," Minister said.