The CCTV cameras are renewed every five years. They are serviced by Nutech andConnect IT. The cameras are monitored by the Tauranga Transport Operations Centre(TTOC).The asset owner of each camera has the necessary permissions to view the cameras theyare responsible for i.e. Library Manager for library cameras. TTOC staff have access to andmonitor all cameras. The NZ Police have access to all cameras via an agreement withTauranga City Council. License plate data is held in a database for 30 days before beingdeleted on a first-in first-out cycle. Latest list of security cameras and locations […]
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Tauranga City Council CCTV & ANPR Cameras The camera location below is descriptive rather than GPS mapped as many of the cameras are at indoor locations. Cameras are monitored by Tauranga City Council staff in the Tauranga Transport Operations Centre (TTOC), Managers of some business units have access to areas they monitor, for example the […]
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Council policies and bylaws enable community safety in
the central city.
NZ Scanner Frequencies
The data supplied is an extract from the SMS fire incident reporting system maintained by the New Zealand Fire Service.
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Media release 30 March 2020 Today, there are 76 new confirmed cases of COVID-19. One of our probable cases has now been confirmed as having COVID-19 and is therefore one of the 76 confirmed cases. There have been no other probable cases reported today, so the number of probable cases has dropped by one to […]