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Stockton Security Centre

The Stockton Security Centre is one of the leading purpose-built control centres in England, with an extensive network of cameras throughout the Borough and beyond for both public purposes and private clients.

The purpose of the system is to: 

  • help reduce the fear of crime
  • help deter crime
  • help detect crime and provide evidential material for court proceedings
  • help the overall management of areas covered
  • enhance community safety
  • encourage greater use of the town centres, shopping area car parks and surrounding area
  • support planned Police operations
  • check infringements of the Market Charter
  • help with traffic management and bus lane enforcement
  • help to support civil proceedings that will help detect crime

Our operators work 24 hours per day, 7 days a week in close partnership with Cleveland Police to make our town a safer and welcoming place to live and visit.

For further information on our Security and Surveillance Service, view the following documents:

Community Safety CCTV - Annual Performance Report 2021 to 2022

Community Safety CCTV - Annual Standards Report 2022 to 2023

Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council CCTV Locations  (PDF) [638KB]

For a copy of the CCTV Codes of Practice contact the Control Room Manager on 01642 527600.

 

Safer Streets Fund - CCTV

In 2021 we were successful in securing additional funding to make parts of Stockton-on-Tees safer. The additional funding was made available through the Home Office Safer Street Fund, which was aimed at reducing neighbourhood crime in the Parkfield and Stockton Town Centre wards.

Throughout 2021 and 2022 we will be working closely with key partners, elected members and residents to ensure the funding is used to address key issues in the community and improve crime rates and feelings of safety.

Your views

As part of the work to deliver the Safer Streets project, a number of planned improvements will be delivered which include improvements to street lighting, alley gates, crime prevention initiatives and an improvement in public space CCTV. Additional CCTV locations have been identified based in consultation with partners and key community representatives and installation will take place in early 2022. The purpose of these additional cameras is to improve public safety and reduce both crime and anti-social behaviour.

For further information or to submit your comments regarding the Safer Streets Fund email saferstreets2@stockton.gov.uk

 

European Regional Development Fund - CCTV

In 2022 we were successful in securing additional funding to make parts of Stockton-on-Tees safer. The additional funding was made available through the European Regional Development Fund, which was aimed at reducing town centre crime and anti-social behaviour in Norton High Street, Yarm High Street, and their immediate surrounding areas.

Throughout 2022 we will be working closely with key partners, elected members and residents to ensure the funding is used to address key issues in the community and improve crime rates and feelings of safety.

Your views

As part of the work to deliver the European Regional Development funding, it is planned to increase the number of public space CCTV in the areas. Additional CCTV locations have been identified based in consultation with partners and key community representatives and installation will take place in early 2022. The purpose of these additional cameras is to improve public safety and reduce both crime and anti-social behaviour.

For further information or to submit your comments regarding the European Regional Development Fund email cctvconsultation@stockton.gov.uk

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