CCTV system in Burton might be shared with police in cost-cutting bid

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East Staffordshire Borough Council has been actively looking for ways to reduce the operational costs of its CCTV system for quite a while and is now considering plans to “share the burden” with local police forces, a news report in the local media can reveal.

The yearly bill for running the CCTV system amounts to £100,000, so, for the past few years, the council has considered various money-saving options. One such option was to seek funding from other users of the borough’s 54 cameras, another was removing some of the cameras which are not considered as useful as others.

Police currently do not currently contribute towards the cost of CCTV, according to a borough council report from last year, and they haven’t been approached about the plan.

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