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Friday, January 16, 2004

LUCKY village wins race for CCTV watch

icCheshireOnline, UK
TATTENHALL may be one of the luckiest places in Cheshire, having yet again beaten neighbouring villages to be chosen to pilot a £4,000 CCTV scheme for the ...

CCTV operators told how to wipe the tape

Belfast Telegraph, UK
THE operators of four million closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras have been told to destroy images of people caught on film as soon as possible ...

DAD ’ s Army on the case

Wandsworth Borough Guardian, UK
... time-wasters. They can examine CCTV, make background checks on victims and inspect itemised bills in order to trap the cheats. Then ...

£ 8m Patten Reform Police Station Opens

icNorthern Ireland, UK
... The facilities also include a suite for dealing with child abuse and rape cases, a police training area and a 10-cell custody suite with a CCTV system ...

posted by McCoy  # 10:18 PM

Council queries CCTV money

Goole Today, UK
GOOLE Town Council is querying whether it is entitled to a payment of around £50,000 from East Riding Council (ERYC) for the CCTV coverage it provides at the ...
posted by McCoy  # 12:02 PM

Thursday, January 15, 2004

HUNT for missing pensioner

The Comet, UK
Later, after scanning CCTV footage from Letchworth Rail Station, police discovered Mr Burnet had boarded the 12.28pm train for London King's Cross ...

BOY, 12, up in court over summer riots

icNorthWales, UK
... Ten people have been charged following a further round of arrests by North Wales Police after officers viewed CCTV film taken at the time ...

CAMERAS set to trap dog owners who don't clear up

Macclesfield Express, UK
A NEW CCTV system installed to trap young vandals will also be used to
clampdown on dog fouling at Bollington Recreation Ground ...

GIRL'S body found in street

BBC News, UK
Murder detectives are studying CCTV footage from a pub after the body of a teenage girl was found in a Manchester street. The street ...

posted by McCoy  # 10:09 PM

Wednesday, January 14, 2004

CCTV wanted at workplace to stop theft

Bucks Free Press, UK
DAY centre manager Lyn Gillett has said she is desperate for CCTV cameras to be installed in the road where she works after two handbags were stolen from the ...


Epping Forest Guardian, UK
LONDON Underground is to install CCTV cameras throughout Loughton Station in an effort to prevent crime. A London Underground spokesman ...


Aberdeen Evening Express, UK
... of damage. The act was caught on CCTV cameras at the centre and the Evening Express wanted to publish stills of the suspects. But ...

CCTV operators told to destroy unneeded film

Independent, UK
The operators of four million closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras were told last night to destroy images of people caught on film as soon as possible ...

DOCTOR'S Body Found in Old Slate Mine, Inquest Told

The Scotsman, UK
... Dr Richard Stevens, 54, of Brooklands Road, Sale, Greater Manchester, was last seen on CCTV arriving for work as normal at the Royal Manchester Children's ...


South Devon Herald Express, UK
... Traders in St Marychurch and Babbacombe have already handed in a petition containing more than 1,500 signatures calling for CCTV in the area ...

posted by McCoy  # 10:16 PM

Monday, January 12, 2004

CHINA: CCTV's ad billings up a sector-beating 18pc

Asia Pacific Media Network
Advertising revenue at Chinese Central Television (CCTV) grew 18.02 per cent last year, outperforming the rest of the industry, thanks to aggressive spending ...

BIG Bruv sees you all day

The Sun, UK
There are now 4.3million CCTV systems filming in shops, banks, rail stations, bars and in the office — making Britain the most watched nation in the world ...

MAYOR supports calls

Hampstead Express, UK
LONDON mayor Ken Livingstone has backed calls for CCTV in Hampstead following
a spate of armed and violent robberies. Residents ...

posted by McCoy  # 10:04 PM

Sunday, January 11, 2004

CCTV cameras at Lahore entry, exit points soon

Pakistan Link, CA
... In a bid further strengthen security measures and check the movement of suspicious elements, the authorities have decided to install Close Circuit TV (CCTV) at ...

BIG Brother Britain, 2004

Independent, UK
... The number of closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras has quadrupled in the past three years, and there is now one for every 14 people in the UK ...

HOW average Briton is caught on camera 300 times a day

Independent, UK
... However, Mr Peck said his life was "shattered" when the council used the footage to publicise the success of CCTV cameras in preventing crime ...

posted by McCoy  # 9:50 PM


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