Town council to help fund CCTV Surveillance system

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A local authority has decided to assist financially to maintain the CCTV surveillance in the town, a recent news report in the local media was able to reveal.

Colwyn Bay Town Council has agreed to contribute nearly £9,000 a year to the £32,000 a year it costs to maintain the cameras.

There are currently 32 cameras across the Bay of Colwyn, which is five more than Llandudno and 12 more than Conwy.

Colwyn Bay town centre has 22 cameras, which recorded 1,324 incidents last year, and each of the cameras costs £4,483 a year to operate. This assistance is part of Conwy Council’s measure to reduce costs across the region, and they stated that they are looking for additional areas of generating money to cover the cost of the CCTV maintenance.

They have recently begun charging North Wales Police for DVDs of incidents in the area, which costs the force £50 for each individual incident.

Outsourcing some of the CCTVs to private companies is also being considered.

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