Protecting Jail Cell Cameras

A customer wants new cameras in each of the jail cells.

Axis P3364-V is the model we have priced out. The question I have is how do we cover up the back of the camera so they can not get behind it.

This is the setup now. We want to replace the old ones with the new IP models.

Has anyone ever fabbed up a back plate to protect the internals of the camera?

I was thinking we could use a conduit box.

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