Flintshire CCTV Monitoring in Wrexham
Flintshire CCTV cameras to be monitored in Wrexham.
12:19 25 June 2019
120 CCTV cameras in Flintshire are set to be monitored in Wrexham as the council prepares to knock down the part of the County Hall where the screens are currently based. However, Flintshire will continue to pay for fibre connections as well as the maintenance and replacement of its cameras.
Cllr Billy Mullin, cabinet member for corporate management and assets, said: “As we know, we’re going into the final stages where phases three and four of Flintshire County Council’s campus will be demolished.
“Like it or lump it, we have to make some decisions regarding the CCTV system we have located there.
“It’s not a statutory requirement that we’ve got to have CCTV, but we do owe it to the communities and the people we represent to make their lives safer.
“Wrexham is the most sensible choice and it brings together the work they do under one roof and makes the best sense to do that.”
Staff members currently monitoring the CCTV cameras will be moved over to Wrexham.