CCTV

The Rutland CCTV Service provides monitored CCTV for the benefit of the wider public, partner agencies and customers. We use the latest in CCTV technology to deliver high quality surveillance that keeps people, property and assets safe.

Our Control Centre monitors and records all footage from our camera network. With direct communication links to the police and other agencies, we use camera footage to prevent and detect incidents of crime, public disorder, anti-social behaviour, theft and more.

CCTV in Public Spaces

We currently operate public space CCTV in Oakham and Uppingham. A total of 24 cameras are located at key points across Rutland to provide coverage of the area. All cameras are overt and clearly identifiable.

CCTV Code of Practice

To ensure our service is fully accountable we operate in accordance with a CCTV Code of Practice. This Code details how the service is managed, operates on a day to day basis and protects access to information. We take data protection and personal privacy very seriously. It is vital we have strong mechanisms in place for public protection so that people can have trust in the use of CCTV.

You can download our CCTV Code of Practice on this page.

Requesting CCTV footage

You have the right to get a copy of the information that is held about you. This includes CCTV footage of you in public spaces. Footage can sometimes be required for civil investigations or claims. Certain restrictions do apply and CCTV footage will not be released if it infringes another person’s privacy rights or impacts on a criminal investigation.

To request CCTV footage you must complete a Subject Access Request. 

Subject Access Requests

Contact us

For any queries about the CCTV Service please email communitysafety@rutland.gov.uk
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