Following reports onsite of anti-social conduct, the Botanical Gardens based in Rhyl, North Wales has updated its closed-circuit television (CCTV) network.
The move to enhance the existing system comes after the local authority, Denbighshire County Council, took measures to increase security and deter unwanted behaviour in the gardens.
Council members commissioned the local security service to watch the location and lock up its gates by 9pm, before reopening them to the public at 8am the next morning. In support of this continuing security initiative, a much-upgraded CCTV system has now been installed and is operational.
Local councils and companies experiencing anti-social activities on the premises they are responsible for can rely on certified electricians to conduct a security system installation in Chester, Rhyl and other parts of the UK. Professional electrical contractors have the skills to fit a wide range of equipment, from cutting-edge intruder alarms to the latest wireless CCTV cameras, but they can also advise on the best option to suit a specific location.
Lead for Housing and Communities at Denbighshire County Council, Tony Thomas, commented on the recent installation:
“We hope that these measures will resolve the anti-social behaviour problems we have been experiencing in the park recently. The additional cameras will provide greater coverage of the park including coverage of areas previously not accessible by the existing cameras.”
The newly enhanced network will now be monitored by council staff, but the local police force will also have access for obtaining evidence for investigations and prosecutions.