Public CCTV system in Inverness set for expansion

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The public CCTV surveillance system in Inverness is set to be expanded as of next month, with an extra camera being added in the Castle Wynd area, a news report in the local media has recently revealed.

After this latest camera is added to the network, the number of devices covering the city will increase to 41. Police Scotland and Highland Council jointly run the system and use it to monitor for late night disorder and litter louts.

Increasingly, camera footage has been used to detect road traffic offences and for finding missing people.

In a report to Highland councillors, the system was used in 406 missing person cases in 2012/13 – 3% more than than three years ago. Police also used the cameras in dealing with road safety incidents on 356 occasions, an increase of 4%.

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