The London Borough of Redbridge has awarded Videalert a contract to install CCTV enforcement cameras as part of the ‘Redbridge School Streets’ pilot programme. Funded by the Mayor of London and Transport for London, this programme supports the council’s continued action to protect children from air pollution and traffic and to promote walking, scooting and cycling during their journeys to and from school.

Redbridge Council Leader Cllr Jas Athwal said: “We have a duty to protect our children’s health, both as a council, and also as members of the community ourselves. Targeting congested areas outside of schools will cut down on pollution caused by traffic, and also make roads much safer for children. We know that air quality is a top concern for parents and that’s why we’re working on initiatives such as this to build a cleaner and safer environment for our residents and mitigate the impact pollution has on local young people.”

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The contract, awarded through Skanska, will see Videalert installing the latest ONVIF-compliant HD cameras to enforce the no entry zones outside these schools. The council will be installing signs to notify drivers that these roads can only be accessed by cyclists and pedestrians at the displayed times. Exemptions will apply to residents and businesses in the zone and blue badge holders requiring access. Non-exempt vehicles that enter the closed streets during the peak times will be identified by Videalert’s automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras.

Video evidence will be transmitted to Videalert’s hosted digital video platform where evidence packs can be viewed and validated prior to sending to the council’s back office system for the issuance of penalty charge notices (PCN). To reduce the number of appeals, PCN recipients will be able to view still photographs and video footage of the alleged offence over the internet.

Susan Johnson, Headteacher of SS Peter & Paul’s Catholic Primary School, added: “The whole community at SS Peter and Paul’s is delighted with this project which will improve air quality and reduce congestion around the school. It is already a much safer place for the children; thank you Redbridge Council.”

“We expect to see an increasing number of councils adopting a similar approach to raise the quality of air for school children and promote the healthy school streets agenda,” commented Videalert. “Our flexible hosted platform makes it a quick and cost-effective process to deploy enforcement in the streets outside schools. Videalert can also provide state-of-the-art air quality monitoring sensors that enable councils to demonstrate the improvements that are achieved.”

Videalert, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of intelligent traffic enforcement and management solutions, has supplied Wiltshire Council with a new mobile enforcement vehicle (MEV) which is initially being used to enforce residential permit parking in Salisbury. The vehicle is equipped with a complete suite of Videalert software giving it the ability to be used in future for a wide range of safety-related parking applications including bus stops and the enforcement of keep clears outside schools. The council is also deploying Videalert cameras to enforce two bus gates in Devizes.

According to Joanne Pattison, Parking Manager at Wiltshire Council: “Videalert has provided the council with a flexible, hosted solution that will help us to significantly increase the productivity of the whole parking team. It will also enable us to cost effectively extend enforcement to other safety-related applications as required and provide a more efficient service.”

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Videalert supplied a Peugeot 108 equipped with two roof-mounted ANPR cameras and two colour cameras to capture contextual video evidence. The ONVIF-compliant cameras accurately capture reflective number plates at distances of up to 40 metres with capture rates of up to 98%. Importantly, this can be achieved with just a single pass at normal road speeds. Used in conjunction with the latest video analytics, the system delivers the highest productivity at the lowest operating cost in any traffic environment.

Wiltshire Council is also installing Videalert cameras to enforce bus gates located at two housing developments in Devizes. These locations, situated next to main arterial routes into the market town, have previously been controlled using rising bollards, which have proved to be increasingly unreliable due to water damage. The first cameras have been installed at the Newman Road bus gate and will provide uninterrupted enforcement around the clock whilst delivering cost savings by eliminating the ongoing maintenance liability of the rising bollards.

Images of contraventions are transmitted to Videalert’s hosted digital video platform where evidence packs can be viewed and validated prior to sending to the council’s back office system for the issuance of penalty charge notices (PCN). Videalert’s flexible hosted platform makes it a quick and cost effective process to deploy enforcement as it does not require the installation of any IT at the council’s offices. To reduce the number of appeals, PCN recipients can view still photographs and video footage of the alleged offence over the internet.

Videalert added: “Videalert MEVs have proved to deliver industry-leading capture rates whilst consistently outperforming vehicles from other suppliers. These multi-purpose MEVs give councils greater flexibility to enforce a wide range of moving traffic and parking contraventions.”

OpenView Security Solutions, the leading provider of CCTV and IT infrastructure solutions to the public sector, has completed a major upgrade to Torbay Council’s public space surveillance system. After winning a competitive tender, OpenView has upgraded the CCTV control room at the council’s headquarters in Castle Circus in Torquay and installed over 120 of the latest HD wireless digital cameras connected through a new town centre wireless network. The new system has been progressed over the last 12 months but was officially switched on in October 2019. This is now enabling Torbay Council to improve public safety, reduce crime and help find vulnerable missing people.

“The ability to demonstrate a successful track record in successfully completing many other similar high profile projects and the cost were key factors in awarding OpenView this contract,” commented Steve Cox, Environmental Health Manager at Torbay Council. “The installation was completed without any service disruption and we have been impressed by the way that OpenView has worked closely with us ever since and the high calibre of the specialist technicians that were assigned to the job.”

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Torbay Council’s £420,000 project to upgrade the public space CCTV network was funded by Torbay Council with an additional £60,000 contribution from Alison Hernandez, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.

“CCTV has proved its worth time and time again in terms of deterring crime and convicting criminals, but it can do so much more than that,” commented Hernandez. “Across Devon and Cornwall we have all too many cases of high risk missing people, with 11,114 people reported missing in the year to March 2019. High quality CCTV is a vital tool in the armoury when it comes to finding these vulnerable individuals. It also helps to protect frontline police officers and compliments the roll-out of body worn video.”

As well installing 120 new IndigoVision digital HD cameras in town centre and multi-story car park locations, OpenView equipped the CCTV control room with a new IndigoVision Control Center video management suite. This provides Torbay Council with detailed images for the majority of the public CCTV network. This was installed during quieter periods to minimise service disruption. The Control Room has radio links to police, retailers and other partners such as street pastors, to enable a fully supportive system.

OpenView also installed a new wireless IP network comprising high capacity, point-to-point links from Siklu and InfiNet to deliver interference-free connectivity across the Torquay, Paignton and Brixham areas. As well as providing fibre-like performance and low latency, the new IP network is future-proofed and provides sufficient bandwidth to easily add more cameras to further extend network coverage.

“The new wireless CCTV infrastructure will enable us to achieve significant revenue savings by eliminating the need for expensive leased fibre lines. These savings will be offset against the capital repayment costs making the investment for the council cost neutral,” added Cllr Steve Darling. “In addition, the new digital system captures the highest quality images. I have spoken with the two inspectors responsible for neighbourhood policing in Torbay and they were delighted at the improved standard of picture that the new digital CCTV system has generated and felt this would have a significant impact in tackling crime on our streets.”

Chief Superintendent Keith Perkin, Devon and Cornwall Police commander of the South Devon area, added: “This will support our efforts in reducing crime, keeping people safer and bringing to justice those who are intent on breaking the law. Too often, many escape justice because of the quality of the images captured on CCTV. The new technology will undoubtedly help us in our investigations, leading to more people being put before the courts.”

According to OpenView Security Systems: “The award of this important contact demonstrates that OpenView is now widely recognised as being one of the leading independent suppliers of CCTV and wireless infrastructure solutions that deliver a high quality and resilient service. With highly skilled, manufacturer certified technicians strategically located across the UK, we have a unique ability to meet the requirements of projects of every size in short timescales.”