The Partnership, which has representatives from Sussex Police, Crawley Borough Council, West Sussex County Council and West Sussex Fire and rescue, has a statutory duty to reduce crime and disorder.
They will deploy the cameras, including the WCCTV 4G IR Speed Dome + ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition), at strategic locations across the town to catch and/or deter criminal activity.
As the cameras are portable, the Partnership can quickly move them to new locations should surveillance requirements change. The Partnership aims to regularly consult with residents and local businesses to identify the sites that would most benefit from the cameras.
Councillor Michael Jones, Chair of the Safer Crawley Partnership, said of the new cameras:
"This camera is an extremely useful new tool in the fight against crime and anti-social behaviour here in Crawley. Its size makes it adaptable to most locations, so although there are ideas for its initial use, we're also very keen to hear where people think it should be located."
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