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Mobile CCTV Trailer

Our Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) mobile trailer enables us to work together with NSW Police to help provide a safer environment, reduce crime levels by deterring potential offenders and aid in crime detection and apprehension of offenders.

Our Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) mobile trailer enables us to work together with NSW Police to help provide a safer environment, reduce crime levels in areas where the cameras are located by deterring potential offenders and aid in crime detection and apprehension of offenders.

A Public mobile CCTV trailer surveillance system has been operating in the Albury LGA since November 2021. The cameras on this trailer provide live footage 24 hours a day, seven days a week to the monitors at the Albury police station to identify any criminal or anti-social behaviour. By working together, we can continue to help keep our community safe.

The primary aim of this initiative is to reduce hoon driving, anti-social behaviour and increase the perception of safety in our community. The camera system is complemented by other initiatives, including improved street lighting and measures to reduce graffiti vandalism.

A Code of Practice has been developed in consultation with the NSW Police. This Code contains standards to guide the operation of our Public Mobile CCTV Trailer Program and is supplemented by our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) which provide instructions on the day-to-day operation of the CCTV system.

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How to give feedback on the location of the mobile CCTV trailer?

If you want the mobile CCTV trailer in your area, want it removed or simply to provide us with feedback on the Mobile CCTV Trailer please fill out our Mobile CCTV Trailer Form.

How to make a formal request for CCTV footage?

A Formal Access to Information Request is required if you are seeking footage from the Albury CBD surveilance system.

An application fee of $30 applies to this type of request with additional processing fees payable depending on the extent of the information requested and the time involved in addressing your request.

We are committed to open, accountable and transparent government through the timely release of information for more information visit Access to Information.

Frequently Asked Questions

We've created a list of frequently asked questions to help you better understand our CCTV program.

Other resources

Legislation which may impact on how CCTV is used in public places includes:

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