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WCCTV Cameras in Brighton Catch SIX Fly-Tippers in 24 hours

Brighton and Hove City Council have caught SIX fly-tippers in the act just 24 hours after installing WCCTV's redeployable CCTV systems.

WCCTV's technical support specialists worked closely with the council's CCTV department to identify the optimal locations to deploy the cameras, and provided remote commissioning services to ensure the cameras captured the required evidence.

The result is the Council issuing fines totalling over £2000 to those filmed illegally dumping commercial and household waste at a number of hotspot locations - an immediate return on their investment.

Councillor Amy Heley, chair of the council’s environment, transport and sustainability committee, said: “Fly-Tipping affects everyone in the city. It costs the council taxpayers money, it damages the look of the city and harms the environment.

“We hope these cameras act as a deterrent, but if fly-tippers are caught, the cameras will enable the council to prosecute the offenders, which will help us tackle this ongoing problem.


Following an extensive market evaluation, Brighton and Hove City Council identified WCCTV's 4G Speed Dome + ANPR as the ideal technology solution in their fight against flytipping.

WCCTV’s combined ANPR and Redeployable CCTV system utilises the additional video input channels of the WCCTV 4G IR Speed Dome to integrate a specialised Automatic Number Plate Recognition camera.


Its portability allows it to be rapidly installed and moved to new locations should requirements change - allowing the council to be dynamic in its response to fly-tipping, ASB and other crime.

Related Links

Redeployable CCTV for the Public Sector

The WCCTV 4G Speed Dome

The Benefits of Redeployable CCTV

WCCTV Responds to a rise in fly-tipping incidents

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