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This state of the art, public space CCTV surveillance system is operational and live throughout Cumbria.

The county-wide system is owned and managed by Cumbria Constabulary and currently consists of 55 CCTV cameras at various locations across the county. The specialist Designated Monitoring Unit (DMU)  located within Command and Control at Cumbria Police Headquarters, is operated by trained Police Officers and staff who control and monitor this system 24/7, 365 days a year.  The Dedicated Monitoring Unit support's Officers throughout the County dealing with a variety of live incident capture, intellegence development and evidence gathering helping to keep Cumbria a safe place to live, work and visit.

CCTV Locations

A list and map of Cumbria Constabulary's CCTV locations can be downloaded below:

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CCTV Law and Information  

ICO CCTV Code of Practice

Surveillance Camera Code of Practice

Privacy Impact Assessments

Cumbria Police CCTV Policy

 

CCTV Performance Statistics  

Monthly report 

Annual report

 

Certification  

Surveillance Camera Code of Practice

Monitoring Certification

 

Self Assessment Tools

Self Assessment Tool for UAVs / Drones

Self Assessment Tool for Body Worn Video

 

How To Get In Touch

Contact us 

Requests For CCTV

 

Other Information

Job Vacancies

Freedom of Information 
If you require information regarding the CCTV system you can find out more by visiting our Freedom of Information pages.

Make a Complaint 

If you wish to make a complaint about the CCTV system you can do this by visiting our Make a Complaint pages.

Intranet logoThe CCTV project was commissioned by the Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner in conjunction with the six local district councils and implemented by the Constabulary. To visit the webiste for the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner please click here.

 

 

Updated: June 2019 - PC 2198 Stuart Game