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New WCCTV Cameras Secure Arrests for Derbyshire Police

Derbyshire Police say a WCCTV Redeployable CCTV camera recently installed in Derby city centre has already proved its worth after capturing footage of robbery suspects.

The camera, which the constabulary purchased after Derbyshire's PCC was successful with a bid to the Safer Streets Fund, has been placed in the St Peter's Quarter area of Derby city centre. 

Just weeks after being installed, the camera was called into action when it captured footage of suspects of a recent robbery in the area.

Police officers were able to use the footage to identify the suspects, with a spokesperson stating:

"The camera captured the suspects for this robbery, and officers were able to use the footage as evidence and to gain identification of the suspects due to their clothing.

"We hope the camera will help us to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in the area of St Peter's Street."

WCCTV Redeployable CCTV Cameras for Police and Local Authorities

WCCTV's Redeployable CCTV cameras transmit live and recorded video using in-built 4G technology, meaning they can be accessed readily by the police without using specialist equipment.

The cameras can be rapidly redeployed, enabling the council to dynamically target crime and anti-social behaviour hotspots that develop in the community. Amber Valley Borough Council’s Community Safety team will be involved in funding the movement of the cameras.

The Company is currently offering enhanced Redeployable CCTV packages at reduced rates to police and local authorities looking to invest in safer streets across the UK. To request a demonstration, trial or quote, click the link below. 

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WCCTV has been supplying rapid deployment CCTV systems around the globe since 2001, and in our experience, the key applications for these systems include:

Ready to learn more about how WCCTV's Redeployable CCTV cameras can assist with your applications? Contact our team today on 0800 470 4630 or email


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