CCTV

We do not have a monitored CCTV (closed circuit television) network or any cameras not on council land.

There are six council sites which have CCTV. Most of the cameras are fixed focus and look at set points. They record in full colour 24/7.

Location Number of cameras Type Areas it covers
Station Road, Whyteleafe, Council car park Four fixed cameras Pole and dome mounted Main body of car park, ticket machine and entrance
Station Road, Woldingham, Council car park Four fixed cameras including a NPR camera Pole mounted Main body of car park, ticket machine and entrance
Ellice Road, Oxted, Council Car Park Four fixed cameras Pole mounted This system is being currently reviewed. Ongoing coverage is greatly reduced
Queens Park Pavilion, children's play area, Queens Park Caterham Cameras mounted around pavilion and at play area Pole and dome mounted Environs of pavilion, children's play area
Hillbury Road Recreation ground, Hillbury Road, Warlingham Cameras mounted around pavilion and one dome mounted preset multi position camera Fixed and dome mounted Park access, main open space, pavilion environs
Main Council Offices Car Park, Station Road East, Oxted (open to the public at weekends) Wall mounted fixed cameras Fixed cameras Sections of car park, vicinity of main building
Stafford Road Recreation ground, Caterham Mast system with two fixed cameras and one programmed camera Fixed cameras The play area and adjacent footpath
Mint Walk, Warlingham Mast system with two fixed cameras, one programmed camera and a NPR camera Fixed cameras The main body of the recreation ground, the play area and Mint Walk, leading to the recreation ground

Recordings are not monitored and are not reviewed unless there is a justifiable reason. Normally recordings are kept between 14 days and 31 days. Images for ongoing investigations are held until investigations are completed.

We take people’s right to privacy seriously and ensure our cameras do not unnecessarily impact on people’s privacy.

CCTV Code of Practice

Application for CCTV material