Number of CCTV cameras watching Scots has soared in past five years

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The number of CCTV cameras tracking Scots citizens has soared, with at least 12,170 cameras now installed across the country – nearly a third more than five years ago.

The size of the network has soared since 2003, when there were just 1269 such cameras.

Now, South Lanarkshire has the most cameras in the country with 2336, followed by 1640 in Fife, 1138 in North Lanarkshire and 1024 in Aberdeen.

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