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Ningbo Law Enforcement Corps held a joint meeting on cultural relics work during the Spring Festival of the city 2014-01-20

 

On January 16, the Ningbo Municipal Cultural Market Administrative Law Enforcement Corps held a joint meeting on cultural relics safety work during the Spring Festival of the city. The meeting was presided over by Jiang Wuji, the head of the Ningbo Law Enforcement Corps. The Wenbo Department of the Ningbo Wenguang Press and Publication Bureau, the Wenbao Branch of the Municipal Public Security Bureau, and the Municipal Cultural Insurance Institute attended the meeting. Shu Yueming, deputy director of the Ningbo Wenguang Press and Publication Bureau, attended the meeting. Speak. At the meeting, all units exchanged and summarized the relevant situation of the joint inspection of cultural relics before the Spring Festival, and proposed rectification suggestions for the problems in the inspection. During the meeting, the methods and methods for realizing the full coverage of video surveillance by 31 state-level cultural relics protection units were discussed. The problems of large-scale and high technical difficulty of cultural relics video surveillance were analyzed. The unit has formed a general idea of ​​solving the problem and provided rational suggestions and opinions for how to carry out the monitoring project in the next step. Shu Yueming pointed out that in combination with the special safety inspection of this cultural relic, it attaches importance to the problems exposed by the joint inspection, and does a good job of reviewing and checking the work repeatedly to ensure that the inspection results are implemented. He emphasized that the three-in-one defense of civil air defense, physical defense and technical defense should strengthen key prevention and ensure the safety of cultural relics during the Spring Festival. (Ningbo City Cultural Market Administrative Law Enforcement Corps)