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Nantwich councillors back call for more town centre CCTV

Nantwich councillors back call for more town centre CCTV

A Councillor called for increased CCTV coverage of Nantwich town centre as another labelled it a “frightening place to be” after dark.

Cllr Stephanie Wedgwood said certain parts of the town needed increased security after reports of anti-social behaviour by groups of younger people.

November 8, 2020
£600,000 spent on body cameras by Cheshire Police

£600,000 spent on body cameras by Cheshire Police

By Ethan Davies, local democracy reporter
More than £600,000 has been spent on body-worn video cameras by Cheshire police since 2017.

A freedom of information request to the force shows that £535,000 was spent on equipping ‘frontline operational’ officers with the technology since 2018, with another £90,000 for ‘taser officers and football spotters’.

November 5, 2020
New road safety cameras to be installed on Cheshire junctions, say police

New road safety cameras to be installed on Cheshire junctions, say police

New generation safety cameras are being installed at junctions in Cheshire to reduce the number and severity of collisions in the county.

The roadside cameras detect vehicles that go through red lights as well as those that break the speed limit at junctions.

February 1, 2019
1,600 Cheshire Police officers now wearing body video cameras

1,600 Cheshire Police officers now wearing body video cameras

A total of 1,600 officers at Cheshire Constabulary are now using body worn video cameras following the completion of a force-wide roll out.

The cameras are being worn by officers and PCSOs and are proving to be an essential piece of operational kit.

December 4, 2018
Body cameras for Cheshire Police officers worth £787,000 costs, says councillor

Body cameras for Cheshire Police officers worth £787,000 costs, says councillor

By Stephen Topping
A former police officer who worked in the force’s complaints department believes the roll-out of body-worn cameras for Cheshire’s officers is money well spent.

The office of David Keane, Cheshire’s police and crime commissioner, has revealed that it will cost £787,000 to allow all front-line officers to have access to the equipment.

April 17, 2018
Parking officers in Nantwich to wear body cameras

Parking officers in Nantwich to wear body cameras

Parking enforcement officers in Nantwich could soon be wearing body cameras to combat aggressive motorists.

The officers will be issued with body cameras to protect themselves during potentially volatile disputes.

February 3, 2016
Pub and club door staff in Nantwich set to wear body cameras

Pub and club door staff in Nantwich set to wear body cameras

All door staff at Nantwich pubs and clubs could soon wear body cameras to boost security and safety, it has emerged.

The plans were unveiled by police at a Nantwich Town Council meeting tonight (January 11).

January 11, 2016
Cheshire East seeks funding help for Nantwich CCTV cameras

Cheshire East seeks funding help for Nantwich CCTV cameras

The future of Nantwich’s CCTV service could be in doubt unless the town council contributes. Nantwich Town councillors have been told by Cheshire East Council they may have to pay up to £26,000 if they want a full service to remain in place.

February 12, 2013