North Crawley ANPR Project

by James Sandall in North Crawley, England, United Kingdom

North Crawley ANPR Project
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We are looking to install at least 1 x ANPR (Number plate recognition camera) in our village to help with deterring and catching criminals

by James Sandall in North Crawley, England, United Kingdom


North Crawley ANPR Project is a new initiative set up due to increased crime in the village.

We are looking to install at least 1 x ANPR (Number plate recognition camera) in the village to help with deterring and catching criminals in our area.

Crime affects us all in different ways and incidents have increased significantly over the past few years. This means we are now more likely to be affected by crime or know someone who has had something stolen or had a crime committed against them and/or their property/belongings/vehicles.

Other local areas like moulsoe and lavendon are also looking at similar options 

Thames Valley Police do not have the funds to erect these units but if funded locally they are willing to operate and maintain them.


We therefore need your help to make the North Crawley Parish a safer place to live in by pulling together as a community to help deter, prevent or catch criminals.

We need everyone’s help to fund the following:

1. To provide the installation and monitoring of at least 1 x CCTV/ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras in location (to be decided by TVP assessment) As a rough guide, cameras cost from £3,616.00 for an intelligent dual camera.


2. To arrange the erection of signs locally in prominent areas to highlight that we are a digitally connected community with security measures in place throughout the area - roughly £384


Contact details:

please help with as much or as little as you can.

Many thanks for taking the time to read, please keep an eye out on the North Crawley Community/ Parish Council Facebook page for more info and updates. 


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