Arriva London CCTV team win prestigious Met Police awards

  
  

Each year the Metropolitan police hold an awards ceremony at New Scotland Yard to reward CCTV professionals for their endeavours in London.

Paul Bonny
Paul Bonny

The on-bus CCTV systems are designed to make travelling in London a safer experience, and Arriva London regularly receives requests from police officers for CCTV footage, to assist them in investigating incidents that have occurred on or around their buses.

The MPS/TfL Bus CCTV Awards, held this week, recognise excellence in the use and management of on-bus CCTV, and Arriva London is extremely proud to announce that their CCTV team have been successful in winning two of the prestigious awards, together with commendations for three individuals in the team.

The Best CCTV Operator award went to the Arriva London CCTV data control room, with the Best CCTV Analyst award being won by Arriva London's Senior CCTV analyst Paul Bonny who was

"Commended for his commitment, dedicated approach and showing true professionalism providing on-bus CCTV evidence for serious investigations".

John Keating with his and Robert Sawyer's certificates
John Keating with his and Robert Sawyer's certificates

Paul also received a further commendation together with his colleagues John Keating and Robert Sawyer, they were

"Commended for their total dedication and instrumental approach with the use of on-bus CCTV and technical support to the Metropolitan Police and other law enforcement agencies"

Paula Tansley, Arriva London's Risk manager said:-

" I am very pleased and honoured that my team have received these awards, and am very proud of them".

  
  

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Published : Tue 28th Jul. 2015
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