Crieff Public Space CCTV

Closed 6 Sep 2021

Opened 6 Aug 2021

Overview

Perth & Kinross Council has identified funding to introduce Public Space CCTV in Crieff. As part of the Privacy Impact Assessment it is important to establish how people in Crieff feel about the proposal and if they are supportive.

Background

Perth & Kinross Council’s Public Space CCTV has been in operation for around 20 years and is monitored by Police Scotland. The Council's CCTV system currently consists of 35 cameras, mainly located within Perth City Centre area with two cameras in North Muirton & one at each of the Park and Rides at Broxden & Scone. The purpose of the system is to: -

  • support community & public safety;
  • deter anti-social behaviour;
  • deter &/or prevent crime;
  • support the investigation, detection and evidence gathering of crimes;
  • contribute to traffic management.

Perth & Kinross Council has identified funding to introduce Public Space CCTV in Crieff. As part of the Privacy Impact Assessment it is important to establish how people in Crieff feel about the proposal and if they are supportive.

Why your views matter

The introduction of Public Wi-Fi in Crieff means it is now possible to connect CCTV cameras to the Public Space CCTV network and funds were identified in the 2021-22 budget to establish a project to deliver this.

Therefore, we invite members of the public, organisations, business and visitors to complete a short survey about the proposal to introduce Public Space CCTV in Crieff.

What happens next

The Consultation has now closed. Thank you for your input. We will be considering the feedback from all respondents and will post the results on this page.

Areas

  • Action Partnership Locality - Strathearn and Strathallan
  • Ward 6 - Strathearn

Audiences

  • Businesses
  • Community Groups/Organisations
  • Visitors and Tourists
  • All Residents of Perth and Kinross

Interests

  • Digital Technology
  • Community Safety