Category Archives: Driffield

ERYC CCTV Meltdown – “Cutting Their Losses”

A source within the ERYC Conservative Group has informed me that the powers that be in County Hall are in meltdown due to my exposure that CCTV systems across East Riding Towns have been operating outwith legislation for many years. … Continue reading

Posted in CCTV, Driffield, ERYC, Market Weighton, Pocklington

Humberside Police/Town Councils CCTV Meeting

My mole in the offices of Pocklington Town Council (PTC) has informed me that Humberside Police will be meeting various Town Councils on Tuesday 16 July to discuss the CCTV fiasco. Gordon Scaife PTC Clerk My mole informs me that … Continue reading

Posted in Driffield, Humberside Police, Market Weighton, Pocklington

Humberside Police Abandon Driffield CCTV Responsibility

East Riding residents will be shocked to learn that Humberside Police are abandoning any responsibility for the Driffield CCTV system. At the Driffield Town Council (DTC) CCTV Committee meeting held on Monday 24 June PC M Phillips said he had … Continue reading

Posted in CCTV, Driffield, Humberside Police

Driffield CCTV – More Signage

I am pleased to confirm that more signage is planned for the Driffield CCTV system. Driffield Town Council has stated “..arrangements are currently being put in place to ensure that more signage is erected as soon as practically possible.” This … Continue reading

Posted in CCTV, Driffield

East Yorkshire CCTV Fiasco

As a result of my investigations, I believe it can be safely said that the operating of CCTV systems across East Yorkshire are a fiasco. Lee Freeman, Chief Constable, Humberside Police Given the potential issues that could arise from the … Continue reading

Posted in CCTV, Driffield, Humberside Police, Market Weighton, Pocklington

Driffield Big Brother – CCTV Breaches Legislation

The CCTV in Driffield, which is owned by Driffield Town Council (DTC), is operating in breach of legislation. The CCTV operator must let people know they are using CCTV. Signs are the most usual way of doing this. DTC has failed … Continue reading

Posted in CCTV, Driffield