|High Street / Chapel Street||Alfreton|
|Bridge Street opposite Derwent Street||Belper|
|Market Place (outside Premier Stores)||Belper|
|Church Street / Market Street||Heanor|
|Market Place (near toilet block)||Heanor|
|Market Street / Church Street (opposite Ray Street)||Heanor|
|Red Lion Square||Heanor|
|Market Place (opposite White Lion pub)||Ripley|
|Nottingham Road / Church Street||Ripley|
|Opposite Booth Street||Ripley|
|Wall Street / Church Street||Ripley|
It may be possible to obtain copies of CCTV footage relating to incidents affecting you or your property. This may be as part of insurance claims, damage to property, civil claims, and, similar such enquiries. However, due to data protection laws, it is likely that most requests to gain or view footage, will not be permitted.
This is because we must adhere to various prohibitions within legislation. This said, each request will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
It is possible for anyone to request to view data of themselves if they think they may have been captured on CCTV. However, due to data protection laws, it is not permitted for you to view images where other people in the recording can be identified.
If the footage is required for the detection and investigation of a crime or traffic offence, then the footage will be reserved for the Police. In such circumstances, you, your insurer, or your solicitor will need to contact the Police directly for a copy. Please be aware all images are deleted after 31 days so report the matter as soon as possible to allow time for the system to be checked and images saved.
Under data protection law, you will not be able to request footage relating to any other persons without their express consent and identification being provided.
To make an enquiry to find out if the incident was caught on camera and is held by us, you must:
Complete our online cctv footage request form if you feel that you have a request that can be sanctioned.
If you are an insurer or other agent, requesting footage on behalf of your client you will be required to provide a letter on letter-headed paper confirming your client's details, the basis for which you are seeking this information, and confirming that you are authorised to request this information by your client. Further evidence may be sought by Amber Valley Borough Council if required.
Investigation authorities such as the Police, Environment Agency, Health and Safety Executive, Department of Work and Pensions, and other such agencies, should submit their requests for the supply of footage directly to us, where they may be processed.
CCTV enquiries will normally be completed and responded to within 5 working days.
If footage of the incident is held and is required, the council will release the footage to you.
Please be aware that CCTV footage is held for a maximum of 31 days, after which it is destroyed. If the incident you wish to enquire about occurred more than 31 days ago, please do not submit an enquiry, as the footage will have already been destroyed.
Data Privacy Impact Assessments (DPIA) are recommended in the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice, issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office in accordance with UK General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR) and the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA 2018). The purpose of the DPIA is to ensure that privacy risks are minimised while allowing the aims of the project to be met whenever possible by taking into account the CCTV camera or system effect on individuals and their privacy, with regular reviews to ensure its use remains justified.
Our community safety team can be contacted directly on 01773 570222 ext 1652, or emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that the extension number and email inbox is only monitored during our office opening hours.
Contact the team directly on 01773 570222 ext 1652 or email email@example.com