In 2017, it emerged that the criminal act of fly-tipping was costing UK councils a massive £58 million a year in clean-up costs, with upwards of one million incidents per year. Councils across the UK have implemented integrated CCTV monitoring systems in high-risk areas as a means of identifying and prosecuting offenders, often leading to higher rates of prosecution and fewer incidences overall.
However, low-resolution cameras and incompatible systems can make this investment entirely redundant, severely impacting your ability to catch offenders. Proving beyond reasonable doubt that the right person has been identified is a key obstacle in fly-tipping prosecutions. Having a high-resolution, easily deployable and fully integrated system is absolutely paramount.
A complete CCTV solution from iC2 will allow you to avoid compatibility issues and correctly identify criminals.