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CCTV plans being considered in north Wales

CCTV plans being considered in north Wales

Concerned residents have voiced their opinion over plans to alter CCTV provision in north Wales.

Wrexham councillors are set to vote on a proposal to cut the number of CCTV control rooms across the region, moving one outside of Wrexham to a joint communications centre in St Asaph.

The BBC reports that there have been concerns raised by local traders and owners of Wrexham nightspots over the plans to move the town's CCTV control room out of the area.

One other option that is being assessed by all parties is the possibility of upgrading the existing 92 CCTV systems from older, analogue devices to more up to date digital technology, which could cut down on monitoring costs and be integrated into other systems.

Council leaders stressed that no decisions will be taken until all proposals have been considered and discussed by all the authorities involved.

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