The speakers, who are previewed below, bring a wealth of expertise, experience and knowledge of utilising Redeployable CCTV to prevent and investigate a broad range of criminal activity.
They will share deployment scenarios, funding streams, results achieved and give practical advice for anyone looking to implement Redeployable Cameras as either a compliment to or replacement for their fixed CCTV network.
The event will be incredibly informative for anyone working with CCTV in the Public Realm, so don't miss out and register for free today.
Ross Johnstone - Head of Public Sector - WCCTV
Ross has worked with WCCTV for over 15 years. The majority of that time has been spent assisting our Public Sector clients in securing real results in crime prevention and investigation by using Redeployable CCTV. Ross will demonstrate WCCTV's latest technology, services and support.
Max Smith - Environmental Enforcement Manager - Brighton & Hove City Council
Brighton & Hove Council have recently installed WCCTV's Redeployable Cameras + ANPR. Under Max's leadership, the Council have captured 124 people dumping unwanted rubbish on the streets, public land and open spaces in just six months of using the cameras. Max will update us on his team's success and share his experiences.
Jeremy Griffith - CCTV Manager - Cardiff City Council
Cardiff City Council has been using WCCTV's Redeployable Cameras for over a decade. CCTV Manager Jeremy will discuss the history of the council's use of redeployable cameras and the many successes the systems have delivered for various applications, including fly-tipping, anti-social behaviour and community safety.
Fred Caygill - Town Councillor - Exmouth Town Council
In August 2020, Exmouth installed WCCTV's Redeployable Cameras as part of a trial that would see the Town upgrade its dated CCTV network. Fred, who led on the trial, will detail the cameras successes and why they chose to purchase more cameras after the trial.
Matt Hammond - Police Constable - Gloucestershire Police
Matt will discuss Gloucestershire Police's use of Redeployable CCTV cameras over several years, from Analogue systems right through to WCCTV's latest generation equipment. Matt will also discuss the Force's recent successful bid for Safer Streets Funding which has supported further investment in redeployable CCTV.
COVID Marshalling and Social Distancing
Making properties more secure
Creating safer streets
Domestic violence / Vulnerable people
We will also demonstrate the latest developments in Redeployble CCTV and host an open forum for Q & A to develop a CCTV practitioners working group.
The event will start at 10 am and run until around 12 pm on Wednesday, May 12th.