security cameras bid to beat vandals on estate; pounds 7,000 cctv system for sycamore court. - security camera housing outdoor
Signature: Nick Lavigueur is installing a new security camera to try to reduce vandalism in crime
Cohen Valley Manor.
Sycamore Court, an apartment and store complex in Golcar, will receive a £ 7,000 CCTV system after thousands of losses in the past 12 months.
In the past few years, there have been frequent acts of vandalism, both in botherside and outside the complex.
During the six-week period last fall, eight different vandalism incidents and arson attacks and graffiti occurred.
Actions taken so far include installing stronger exterior doors and repainting walls with spray-proof
Graffiti paint and change the doors of the apartment.
On January, when the temporary dome camera was installed across and above the hall door inside the building, the vandalism did subside, but when the camera was not there, the vandalism erupted again
Allocated in last April.
A spokeswoman for Kirklees Housing house said: "The measures worked well.
However, we apply to the district council to help fund a larger external camera that gives us a comprehensive understanding of the region as a whole.
"If not, then we should be able to identify them and provide information to the police.
"The new camera will be installed as soon as possible," she added . ". CAPTION(S)
: Obstacle clearing of the target: Fig Tree Court, a peace shop compound inGolcar, will also suffer sufferingthouss loss for nearly a month after the new £ 7,000 monitoring system.
In the past few years, routine vandalism has been recorded both inside and outside the complex (ED260107-307-01)