CCTV cameras are located in every town in Runnymede, providing community safety for residents and visitors 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
The Safer Runnymede Control Centre in Addlestone monitors CCTV cameras used in about 20,000 incidents a year. It receives more than 20,000 Careline calls, approximately 2,000 calls for out-of-hours services, as well as alarm activations from council premises, each year.
View the location of CCTV cameras in the borough using Runnymede's maps and clicking on the CCTV Cameras layer under the Community & Living tab.
Cameras record and are monitored 24 hours a day, every day of the year, in the Safer Runnymede care and control centre. This also includes a deployable CCTV camera that can be used at locations outside the existing network.
The pictures are full colour except in unlit areas at night when infrared lamps give excellent monochrome images. They are of evidential quality, have been used many times to obtain convictions, and are operated to a strict.
The CCTV work performed by Runnymede has been acknowledged by the National Security Inspectorate as complying with its code of practice launched in November 2015.