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Councillor Jason Zadrozny stood in front of CCTV monitors

Council secures funding for CCTV Cameras

The money will be spent on upgrading 10 cameras across key locations throughout the District and installing two new ultra-definition rapid deployable cameras at Titchfield Park, Hucknall.

Ashfield has a shared CCTV arrangements in place, which sees the Councils Public Space CCTV Cameras being monitored from Nottinghamshire Police Headquarters at Sherwood Lodge, Nottingham. The cameras are monitored 24 hours a day by trained operatives who review surveillance footage which is used to respond to incidents, support investigations and identify perpetrators of crime and anti-social behaviour across the District.

These cameras will provide added reassurance to communities and is just one of many measures Ashfield District Council are taking to make Ashfield’s streets safer.

Cllr Helen-Ann Smith, Cabinet Member for Community Safety said:

“It’s fantastic that these CCTV cameras are being updated. The fact that they are capturing high-definition images will help make residents feel safer and deter potential criminals.
“The CCTV cameras, combined with the other projects, should reassure residents that Kirkby and Hucknall are safe places to visit, work and live.”

The CCTV cameras to be upgraded are:


  • Station Street
  • Kingsway
  • Nags Head
  • Market
  • Kingsway Park


  • Market Place
  • Baker Street
  • Wilko’s Car Park
  • Watnall Road
  • Byron Cinema