Monday, April 22, 2024

CCTV

Wellington to roll out 24/7 monitoring network

Wellington City Council is preparing to roll out a new monitoring network to collect data on active transport to better inform effective, evidence-based decision-making...

Commercial fishing boat cameras floated

The rollout of on-board cameras across New Zealand's inshore commercial fishing fleet has reached a new milestone, with cameras set to go live on...

Hamilton collaboration thwarts ram raid

Another joint effort between Police and camera operators for Hamilton City Council has resulted in the early detection of a ram raid style burglary...

CCTV to focus on Whakatāne

Thirty-three CCTV cameras will be installed across the Whakatāne District before the end of the year. Eleven existing cameras will also be upgraded and a...

CCTV captures traffic cone movement prior to two-car crash

The unauthorised movement of road cones at a busy Burnside intersection may have led to an early morning crash today, Christchurch City Council has...

CCTV focus of Napier long term plan

A new CCTV network and City Ambassador service for Napier is a step closer after Council approved its design and funding on Friday. Council said...

Cameras to catch illegal parking offenders

People parking illegally in Christchurch's Oxford Terrace/Hereford Street area will soon find themselves caught on camera. Christchurch City Council is installing closed circuit television cameras...

Security upgrade for Te Aro Park

Work on installing more lighting and a CCTV camera as part of a project to improve safety in Wellington's Te Aro Park got underway...