The London Borough of Hillingdon Council manages multiple CCTV cameras that operate in town centres, parks, car parks and housing estates.
Images from the council's cameras are used to detect, prevent or investigate crime and anti-social behaviour.
Some examples of how the council uses CCTV cameras include:
Antisocial behaviour and the perception of antisocial behaviour is something the London Borough of Hillingdon Council is dedicated to controlling and reducing for the safety, well-being and happiness of its residents.
Issues they particularly target include graffiti, disputes, public nuisance, violence and criminal activities.
The council is also committed to controlling illegal waste dumping and wanted a surveillance solution that would allow them to cover both antisocial behaviour hotspots and areas affected by persistent fly-tipping.
The surveillance system selected would need to be of a high enough quality that those perpetrating crimes could be identified, allowing successful prosecutions.
Following successful trials, and an in-depth tender process, WCCTV's
The system harnesses the wireless transmission (4G/3G/Wi-Fi), local recording (up to 4TB) and 360° PTZ field of vision of the WCCTV Speed Dome range to provide a complete situational overview, while the NPR camera delivers crystal-clear images of number plates in all weather and lighting conditions.
The London Borough of Hillingdon Council has made several prosections regarding antisocial behaviour and flytipping as the result of evidence captured by the WCCTV 4G IR Speed Dome with NPR.