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  • #57858
    Wrecsam_lad
    Wrecsam_lad
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    Good to see more cameras added.. Any chance of streaming..?

    #57844

    Rob
    Participant

    Yes! These cameras are pan / tilt controlable as well as streaming.

    What we are trying to work out is how to do that without killing them if several try to take control or view.

    Once we figure it out then hopefully there can be some fun to be had :-)

    #57863

    Welsh Dresser
    Participant

    Glad to see the daffs are clear of snow on your webcam. I do look at them now and then to check on their progress. Mine are hiding in the ground where it’s warm and cozy!

    #57865
    Rondetto
    Rondetto
    Participant

    I may have mentioned this before, in December my car was broken into while parked in the car park behind Chester street. The officer who attended said they’d got the two culprits on CCTV and had them in custody.
    After a few months I contacted the Police to see if they’d been prosecuted, the damage came to over £450.
    The officer said they’d taken the case to the crown prosecutor with the CCTV evidence. The crown prosecutor said there wasn’t enough evidence so they paid assisted passage to the two lads to return home to Liverpool where they lived.
    Makes me wonder what the point of CCTV if they don’t use it as evidence of a crime.

    #57859
    Wrecsam_lad
    Wrecsam_lad
    Participant

    Time to move the daff cam I’d say.. :D

    #57860
    Wrecsam_lad
    Wrecsam_lad
    Participant

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    #57849

    NJones
    Participant

    @Rondetto 5498 wrote:

    I may have mentioned this before, in December my car was broken into while parked in the car park behind Chester street. The officer who attended said they’d got the two culprits on CCTV and had them in custody.
    After a few months I contacted the Police to see if they’d been prosecuted, the damage came to over £450.
    The officer said they’d taken the case to the crown prosecutor with the CCTV evidence. The crown prosecutor said there wasn’t enough evidence so they paid assisted passage to the two lads to return home to Liverpool where they lived.
    Makes me wonder what the point of CCTV if they don’t use it as evidence of a crime.

    The two girls who burnt down the WH Smiths store a few years back were caught on CCTV setting the fire. However as the time was inaccurate due to the hour changing the CCTV video was deemed inadmissible evidence. Appalling.

    #57845

    Rob
    Participant

    Any suggestions wherr to point it?

    If anyone has any good views at work or home or know someone who does then we can supply wifi or cabled cams!

    #57861
    Wrecsam_lad
    Wrecsam_lad
    Participant

    @Rob 6843 wrote:

    Any suggestions wherr to point it?

    If anyone has any good views at work or home or know someone who does then we can supply wifi or cabled cams!

    Do you have windows over looking anywhere other than York street..?

    Sorry no good views here..

    #57846

    Rob
    Participant

    Yorke St and Eagles Meadow are our windows here. Could tilt for a St Giles cam?

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