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Broadway shopping centre announces installation of new state-of-the-art surveillance cameras

PUBLISHED: 09:00 17 February 2018

Broadway shopping centre, Bexleyheath. Picture: Archant

Broadway shopping centre, Bexleyheath. Picture: Archant

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A high definition CCTV system is to be installed in Broadway Shopping Centre later this month.

The new system will provide higher quality images to support the identification of incidents, with state-of-the-are cameras fitted outside the centre in Broadway, Bexleyheath.

The customer support team, who’s uniforms will also be fitted with a front facing camera so that members of the public can see themselves, welcome the announcement.

Rai Holdstock, centre manager, said: “I am sure visitors and businesses will be thrilled with the news as CCTV plays an important role in helping to prevent crime, anti-social behaviour, prosecute offenders and keep people safe.”

The cameras will record footage 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and all CCTV operators will undergo training and vetting.

Mr Holdstock added: “This new technology complements our existing partnership arrangements with the local authorities to work together to enhance the visitor experience in Bexleyheath town centre and ensure people keep coming back.”

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