The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) of Dyfed Powys Police, Dafydd Llywelyn, pledged to invest in a modern CCTV infrastructure to improve the safety of the towns and communities of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Powys.
The vision of the Chief Constable and the Police and Crime Commissioner – to deliver a sustainable CCTV infrastructure across the four counties of the force area according to demand, crime, anti-social behaviour and calls for service and which is future proofed and supports operational policing.
123 cameras were installed as part of the initial installation phase in seventeen towns across the Dyfed Powys Police force area. 26 cameras have been installed in an additional five towns. A further two towns will benefit from the installation of six cameras in Spring 2020. A list of the towns where CCTV cameras are / will be installed can be found below.
A monitoring suite has been set-up within the Force Control Room and is staffed by a CCTV Co-ordinator and four CCTV Operators.
Details of specific camera locations will be published as installation in the respective towns is completed.
In line with the requirements of the Surveillance Camera Commissioner’s guidance a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) has been completed for all camera locations.
Freedom of Information
If you require information regarding the CCTV system you can find out more by visiting our Freedom of Information pages.
Making a Complaint
If you wish to make a complaint about the CCTV system you can do this by visiting our Complaints and Feedback pages.
CCTV Law & Information
- Surveillance Camera Commissioner’s Code of Practice website
- Information Commissioner’s Office
- Data Protection Act
- Human Rights Act
- General Data Protection Regulation
- CCTV Policy
CCTV Performance Statistics
Not currently available.