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CCTV Operator (Crime & Disorder)

Stratford-on-Avon District Council
£27,803.00 - £29,777.00
Closing date
27 Nov 2023

Do you want to make a difference by preventing and detecting crime and disorder? If so, this could be an exciting opportunity for you to join our team and the Community Safety Partnership by being the eyes on the ground helping to protect our communities, places, businesses, and visitors.

We are currently recruiting for a full-time permanent CCTV Operator working night shifts to help combat crime and disorder and promote community safety. 

Our CCTV Team provide quality public space CCTV surveillance which is accredited to British Standard BS7958 and the Surveillance Camera Commissioner certification.

Our new CCTV control room has the latest camera technology and systems, including over 130 public space CCTV cameras located in 8 towns throughout Stratford-on-Avon District. 

You will be working alongside community safety partner organisations, including the police, council, and businesses.  Your duties will include CCTV monitoring, evidence production and preparation of official documents; you will also communicate with partners via radio and Telephone as well has monitoring the team email account. 

Your role will be a crucial part of the wider Community Safety Partnership arrangements working to prevent and detect crime and disorder and to maintain public safety and welfare. 

Our CCTV service operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on a shift system and includes some periods lone working. Each shift period is 12 hours. For your position this will be four-night shifts (6pm-6am) and four days off. You will work an average of 37 hours per week over a 10-week shift cycle. You may be required to work shifts other than night shifts i.e to provide cover or attend training. This will be with suitable notice. 

Excellent observation and communication skills, both verbal and written, IT skills and the ability to recall information accurately and maintain confidentiality are essential. Full training will be given on our CCTV operating system and procedures. 




An SIA Front Line CCTV Licence is desired, but training to obtain a Licence will be undertaken during the probationary period. Previous experience in a public space surveillance environment and experience of working with Law Enforcement or partners to reduce crime and disorder is desirable, but not essential.


Successful applicants will be subject to criminal record, employment, and credit checks prior to employment starting.  


For an informal chat about the role please contact Sam Slemensek at .


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