Dataline Visual Links Wins Perth CCTV Camera Contract
Dataline Visual Link has been awarded a contract by Perth City Council to supply and install CCTV cameras at City of Perth carparks and on street locations.
There are currently over 600 cameras in the City of Perth CCTV system, which is monitored 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with footage held on the hard drive for 30 days. The CCTV system operates under strict guidelines of a code of practice, containing a confidentially clause, operational information, principles and standards, which are adhered to by all surveillance officers operating the system.
The City of Perth CCTV surveillance system aims to reduce crime levels by deterring potential offenders, ensure higher levels of community safety, shorten response times to emergency situations, assist in the detection and prosecution of offenders, help secure a safer environment for the people who live or work in, and visit the city, and monitor city assets and local government property.
Perth’s Citywatch Surveillance Centre works closely with WA Police to help ensure a fast and effective response to emergency situations and to assist in the detection and prosecution of offenders. Citywatch operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year monitoring cameras across the city centre, Northbridge, East Perth and key public spaces.
DVL is an Australian-owned technology integrator with more than 20 years’ experience offering a range of CCTV technologies, including IP CCTV solutions and management systems, DVR and NVR-based solutions, long range laser cameras, electronic multiplying starlight cameras, thermal imaging cameras, smoke and flame detection cameras, cameras for harsh environments, and more.