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        CCTV

        Thanet District Council has a closed circuit television system to help provide a safer community for everyone by;

        • reducing the fear of crime
        • detecting and reducing levels of crime.
        • protecting property and deterring vandalism.
        • helping to catch those who commit crime or public order offences.

        The camera network is monitored and recorded 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at our central control centre. Images are recorded and kept in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the  CCTV Code of practice.

        The system is owned by Thanet District Council, and the control centre is staffed by fully trained closed circuit television surveillance operators.

        The service operates to a strict code of practice which sets rules and guidelines on the way the system is used, as well as ensuring that the system will be operated to a high standard with due regard for the public civil liberties and data protection.

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