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19th January, 2021 - 03:29am: At 03:29 fire control took a 999 call from an occupant of a house in L...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 8.08pm: Ambulance Control requested attendance of DWFRS at a two vehicle RTC a...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 7.10pm: A crew from Swindon were mobilised to a report of tyres and rubbish on...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 6.41pm: DWFRS Fire Control received an emergency call to flooding in a propert...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1520hrs: Multiple crews attended a fire in high rise property fire in Bournemou...Read more

18th January, 2021 - 1059: Fire involving a 2 floor building 10m x 20m. Severe fire damage to gro...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 15:00: Westlea responded to an alarm activation at a residential property in ...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 14:41: Springbourne and Christchurch out to reports of a fire in a property, ...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 12:32: After receiving numerous calls about thick black smoke from an unknown...Read more

17th January, 2021 - 12:48: Cranborne and Verwood attended an RTC involving one vehicle. Two peopl...Read more

CCTV Privacy Notice

Why do we use CCTV (including body worn cameras) and/or drones

We use CCTV, drones and Body Worn Video in the following situations:

We recognise that using CCTV and/ or drones means that we may collect personal information about individuals. We have procedures in place for the use of these and ensure that we operate in signs accordance with the codes of practice issued by the Information Commissioner and the Home Office.

Our lawful basis for processing this information is that it is in our legitimate interests to do so.

CCTV and/or drones help us to:

We tell you if CCTV/drones are being used

We use signs at the entrances to our buildings and on fire appliances to state that CCTV is in use. Any members of staff using body worn cameras will wear an armband to state that CCTV is in use. When a drone is in use we will display signs and the operator will wear high visibility clothing.

How we use CCTV/drone information

Recorded images may be viewed by the Police for the prevention and detection of crime.  Decisions to disclose images are made on a case by case basis in accordance with data protection legislation and our CCTV procedures.

We have defined retention periods for the different uses of CCTV to ensure that any personal information is not kept for any longer than necessary.

You have the right to see CCTV images of yourself and be provided with a copy of the images. Please see here for more information about your rights.

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