New CCTV system to be set up in Norfolk towns, volunteers needed

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CCTV cameras to be installed in two Norfolk towns require volunteers to step up and manage the oversight process, in order to get the surveillance process up and running by the summer of 2013.

The 12 surveillance cameras set to be installed in Diss and Wymondham will be managed by the South Norfolk Community CCTV Group, whose members are yet to volunteer for the job. The partnership between communities and the Norfolk Council has a budget of £66,000 for installing up the infrastructure and some of the initial cameras.

Volunteers would possibly be needed to man the cameras at peak times, such as on Friday and Saturday nights. However, the CCTV cameras will be functioning non-stop, broadcasting images to the Norfolk police headquarters at Wymondham for monitoring.

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