Public consultation - external monitoring of public conveniences

WCCTV Redeployable Minidome Camera for Public Conveniences

The Highland Council will begin to monitor the exterior entrances of public conveniences to ensure public safety, better manage anti-social behaviour and vandalism.

Redeployable Dome CCTV Cameras will be used to monitor the buildings on a rolling basis.  

WCCTV Redeployable Dome Camera

Mounted on street lights or on the external wall of the PCs these devices transmit live and recorded video via mobile networks. The all in one surveillance system combines an infrared camera, local recording capacity up to 4TB and wireless transmission technology system uses wireless transmission. Live and recorded footage is accessed via 4G, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity allowing users to remotely view the video via  laptop.  

Why are wireless CCTV required?

Public safety, reduction of anti-social behaviour and vandalism is of utmost importance. Recording devices provide a factual record of events where such have been recorded and have been shown to resolve these issues and reduce the fear of crime.


Privacy by Design is a code of practice issued by the Information Commissioner under section 51 of the Data Protection Act and recommends that all services should be subject to a privacy impact assessment – which includes public consultation.

The Highland Council, wish to understand your views so they can be included in our privacy impact assessment.

The consultation is now open and runs to 24th of June 2020. A copy of this notice is available to members of the public on request. Please make your representations in writing.

Write to us at:

The Highland Council

Amenities Services

Unit 4C

Dalfaber Industrial Estate


PH22 1ST

Or send you comments by Email

4 Jun 2020