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Protection for local businesses
CRIMINALS will soon be under the scrutiny of up to a thousand electronic eyes as the NSW Government rolls out high-definition CCTV to help protect local businesses in western Sydney.

The Government has announced the first round of successful applicants from the Government’s $5M CCTV fund.

“Community safety is our top priority and these grants will help keep small businesses and communities safe from crime and anti-social behavior,” Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.

“CCTV cameras boost community confidence and send a strong message to would-be criminals that if you do the wrong thing, you will be caught and punished.”

There are 31 successful applicants in first round, and include a music school in North Parramatta, a kindergarten at Auburn, a café in Cabramatta, a registered charity at Penrith and a health facility in Liverpool.

Mr Speakman said that the fund will provide at least1000 small businesses and   community organisations with support to enhance security.

The program is being rolled out across the Blacktown, Camden, Campbelltown, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Fairfield, Liverpool, Parramatta, Penrith and Wollondilly local government areas.

Applications under the Community and Small Business CCTV Fund can be submitted via




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