Security staff in Swansea are being trained in the efficient use of CCTV systems to help them keep the streets of the Welsh city safer at night.
Door supervisors and taxi marshals have visited Swansea's CCTV control room in a bid to improve their understanding of how the system is operated, how it can help them and how to improve their future communication with camera staff.
Rebecca Rogers, city centre taxi marshal, told the South Wales Evening Post: "The visit has given me a completely different perspective on things. This will definitely improve the way we communicate with operators via radio and help us understand the pressure they are under on busy nights."
Jeff Davison, strategic manager for Safer Swansea, said the training will allow everyone involved to make the city a safer place to live and work and can help the area achieve the coveted Purple Flag status.