CCTV in Bristol

Ask for Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) footage of yourself, why we have CCTV and where the cameras are.

Request footage

You have the right to ask for CCTV footage of yourself.

How to apply
Complete the CCTV subject access request form (word doc, 902k) (opens new window) .

You'll need:

  • two official documents, which together show your name, date of birth and current address
  • a recent full face photo of you
  • a cheque or postal order for £10, for each request
  • details of the footage you want to see, for example, the date, time and location

We’ll deal with your request within 40 days. If we can give you the footage you’ve asked for we’ll send you a DVD. We might edit the footage to protect the identity of other people.

We can refuse your request if sharing the footage will put a criminal investigation at risk.

If the footage relates to a crime and the police have the footage, they’ll tell you if you can see it.

We can’t provide footage of vehicles. If you want footage of a road traffic collision, your insurance company will have to request it.

Why we have CCTV cameras

CCTV is an important tool in reducing crime. It's used by the Safer Bristol Partnership for the prevention and detection of crime.

Where are the CCTV cameras

You can see a map of CCTV cameras.