CCTV Monitoring2019-05-28T15:09:14+00:00

“Public space CCTV coverage in North Lanarkshire makes a fundamental contribution to keeping people safe and is an invaluable policing tool, enabling live, real-time intelligence that informs a rapid and appropriate response.”

“By developing innovative CCTV approaches to tackling crime, TCA and North Lanarkshire Council have undoubtedly improved community safety and reduced crime within North Lanarkshire’s communities.” – Superintendent, Police Scotland

TCA Safe is a leading provider of public space CCTV monitoring in North Lanarkshire, with its award-winning control room providing one of the most advanced control systems in Scotland.

Working with Police Scotland, with officers routinely working within our Control Room, we already monitor more than 1000 cameras and have the capacity and expertise to handle many more. This reassuring presence curbs crime and antisocial behaviour levels, playing a key role in making communities safer and more pleasant places to live, to work and to visit.

  • 7 Town centres

  • 33 Housing areas

  • 27 Tower blocks

  • 89 Low rise housing blocks

  • 9 Recycling and waste centres

  • 33 Schools and colleges.

Motherwell and Wishaw Town Centre CCTV Upgrade

In order to maintain our highest level of service within our advanced control room, we have improved our infrastructure throughout the Town Centres within North Lanarkshire.We have invested in an upgrade program to replace our existing cameras with new High Definition cameras. This program was rolled out in all 7 town centres (Motherwell, Wishaw, Bellshill, Coatbridge, Airdrie, Kilsyth & Cumbernauld). This enhancement is fundamental to allow TCA to continue providing the highest level, and standard of service to the local communities of North Lanarkshire. Upgrading our equipment has improved the provision of best and accurate evidence possible. This will assist in the detection and deterrence of crime within North Lanarkshire as well as resulting in a safer environment for people to enjoy the facilities within their town centres.

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Subject Access Request Form

Under the Data Protection Act 1998, individuals have a right to see CCTV images if they are the subject. To gain access to the images you will be required to fill out a CCTV Subject Access Request Form, pay a £10 fee, prove your identity (and that of any representative acting on your behalf), and supply a letter of authorisation if you use a representative to make the request for you.

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