Security cameras (CCTV)
Fife has a CCTV system consisting of 101 cameras covering 12 towns, from Inverkeithing in the south to St. Andrews in the east.
All cameras are linked by fibre optic network to the Control Room based at the Fife Division Headquarters of Police Scotland. This is monitored 24 hours a day and provides a world class facility to both the community and to Officers on the beat throughout Fife.
Fife Mobile CCTV Vehicle
The aim of the Fife Mobile CCTV Vehicle is to help reduce crime, reduce fear of crime and improve public safety, in accordance with the Community Safety Partnership's objectives.
The vehicle is available for use by Partner organisations.
In the immediate response role, the vehicle is there to assist incident commanders with the management and control of the incident, and for post incident debriefing/training. Where, despite deployment of Mobile CCTV vehicle, criminal, anti-social and/or disruptive activities persist, it is the role of the vehicle to secure evidence of sufficient quality to permit identification of offences and offenders (and therefore process through the criminal justice system, enforcement action or other appropriate remedy).
All requests for deployment should be forwarded to the Public Space CCTV Co-ordinator who will maintain a diary of use for the vehicle.
Please note: only staff who have completed the training provided by the Police CCTV Liaison Officer to a satisfactory competency are allowed to use the Mobile CCTV vehicle.
Mark Waterfall, CCTV Supervisor
Tel: 01592 418875 Contact Mark Waterfall online
By Post: Fife Safety Camera Partnership Police Scotland Detroit Road Glenrothes Fife KY6 2RJ