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North Lincolnshire Council to spend £267,000 on CCTV cameras

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A local authority has revealed plans to increase its spending for CCTV surveillance as part of a wider plan to tackle crime in the area, a recent news report has been able to reveal.




Police force to boost number of ANPR surveillance cameras

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One of the UK’s largest police forces has revealed plans to increase the number of ANPR surveillance cameras in the county by a third, a recent news report has been able to suggest.


Local authorities in Northern Ireland spend £1.8m on new CCTV cameras

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Local councils in Northern Ireland have spent an estimate of £1.8m deploying closed-circuit television cameras in the past three years, a news report in the local media has been able to suggest.



Plans to deploy 24-hour CCTV surveillance system in Weymouth town centre enjoy warm response

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A 24-hour CCTV monitoring system could soon be deployed in Weymouth town centre after councillors at the borough Management Committee agreed a Pan-Dorset CCTV proposal, which will ensure the continuation of CCTV provision across Weymouth and Portland at a reduced cost while


CCTV cameras in Calderdale undergo major upgrade process

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The CCTV monitoring system in Calderdale has undergone a major upgrade process, the council’s 64 cameras and monitoring screens being replaced with modern, high definition equipment, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.


Up to 166 new CCTC cameras to be deployed in Epping Forest

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Up to 166 additional CCTV cameras could be installed across the Epping Forest District Council, increasing the total coverage by around 34 per cent, a recent news report has been able to find.