We are committed to making sure the district is a safe place to live, work and visit.
There are seven CCTV cameras in the Sleaford area, and three in North Hykeham which are monitored 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The images recorded are held for a minimum of 28 days before being erased and all records images are controlled under the Data Protection Act. You can contact the Community Safety manager on 01529 414155 for more information.
Unfortunately the Anti-Social Behaviour Team/Environmental Health Team does not have available legislation to govern the use of domestic CCTV. This is managed by under the Data Protection Act. The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) does have some helpful information on their website about the use of domestic CCTV systems and the rights of people who are captured on such systems under Data Protection Laws.
This is managed through the Chamber of Commerce for the Sleaford area where licensees meet to discuss and tackle issues to ensure the safety of staff and customers. The meetings are regularly attended by the Neighbourhood Policing Team and our Anti-social Behaviour Officer. For more information on becoming involved with Business Watch please contact Stuart Brotherton on 01522 846930 or email email@example.com.
This is managed through the Chamber of Commerce for the Sleaford area where town centre retailers meet regularly to share intelligence to counter shop theft. Members make full use of the low cost radio handsets which allows them to have instant contact with each other. The town PCSOs also carry Business Watch security radios. For more information on becoming involved with Business Watch please contact Stuart Brotherton on 01522 846930 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Lincolnshire Neighbourhood Watch Association was set up as a way of developing close liaison between households in a neighbourhood, the local police and the local authority.
Community safety partnership (SafeNK)
You can find out more about the Community Safety Partnership which aims to tackle the root causes of crime, by empowering communities to be involved in local decision making.