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					         STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS
              DISTRICT COUNCIL


              TENDER FOR THE




INSTALLATION OF ADDITIONAL CCTV CAMERAS AND
DIGITAL RECORDING. TO INCLUDE MAINTENANCE OF
  EXISTING AND NEW CAMERAS, EQUIPMENT AND
       INFRASTRUCTURE OF CCTV SYSTEM
                                                         CONTENTS




Section 1 – Information & Instructions to Tender

   1.      Preamble to Contract ...................................................................................... 5
   2.      The Services ................................................................................................... 6
   3.      Consideration of the Tender ........................................................................... 6
   4.      Clarification of meaning of contract .............................................................. 6
   5.      Period of Validity ........................................................................................... 7
   6.      Commercial Date ........................................................................................... 7
   7.      Tendering Procedure ...................................................................................... 7

Section 2 – Tender Documentation

   1.      Tender Documents ......................................................................................... 9
   2.      Declaration from Tenderers ............................................................................ 9
   3.      Form of Tender ............................................................................................ 10

Section 3 – General Conditions of Contract

   1.      Definitions ................................................................................................... 11
   2.      Main Responsibilities .................................................................................. 11
   3.      Time ............................................................................................................ 11
   4.      Test & Defects ............................................................................................ 11
   5.      Prior Inspection ........................................................................................... 11
   6.      Secrecy ........................................................................................................ 12
   7.      Program of Works ....................................................................................... 12
   8.      Delegation ................................................................................................... 12
   9.      Intellectual Property .................................................................................... 12
   10.     Indemnity .................................................................................................... 12
   11.     Insurance ..................................................................................................... 12
   12.     Notice .......................................................................................................... 12
   13.     Disputes ....................................................................................................... 13
   14.     Discrimination ............................................................................................. 13
   15.     Payment Terms ............................................................................................ 13
   16.     Variations .................................................................................................... 13
   17.     VAT ............................................................................................................ 13
   18.     Termination for Breach ............................................................................... 13
   19.     Termination Consequences ......................................................................... 14
   20.     Receipt ........................................................................................................ 14
   21.     Force Majeure ............................................................................................. 14
   22.     Miscellaneous ............................................................................................. 15
   23.     Health & Safety…………………………………………………………….18

Section 4 – Special Conditions of Contract

   1.      Limit of Contractors Responsibility ............................................................. 20
   2.      Notification of Services Authority ............................................................... 20
   3.      Damage and Site Clearance ......................................................................... 20


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   4.      Environmental Issues ................................................................................... 20
   5.      Pollution and Inclement Weather Precaution ............................................... 21
   6.      Meetings ....................................................................................................... 21
   7.      Schedule of Rates ......................................................................................... 21
   8.      Guarantees .................................................................................................... 22
   9.      Site Security ................................................................................................. 22
   10.     Delegation .................................................................................................... 22
   11.     Contractors Work Force ............................................................................... 22
   12.     Hoists, Scaffolding and Barriers .................................................................. 23
   13.     Standards ...................................................................................................... 23
   14.     Access and Permissions ............................................................................... 24
   15.     Sub-Letting .................................................................................................. 24
   16.     Inspection of Site ......................................................................................... 24
   17.     Delivery and Protection of Materials ........................................................... 25
   18.     Protections of Building and Site .................................................................. 25
   19.     Inspection of Concealed Works ................................................................... 25
   20.     Electromagnetic Interference ....................................................................... 25
   21.     Factory Acceptance Testing ......................................................................... 26
   22.     Certificate of Practical Completion ............................................................. 26
   23.     Retention ...................................................................................................... 27
   24.     New Road and Street Works Act ................................................................. 27
   25.     Project Management ..................................................................................... 28
   26.     Vandalism .................................................................................................... 28

Section 5 – Specification

   1.      General ......................................................................................................... 29
   2.      Contractual Obligations ............................................................................... 31
   3.      Technical Specification ................................................................................ 38
   4.      Tendering Information ................................................................................. 64
   5.      Maintenance ................................................................................................. 65
   6.      Commissioning ............................................................................................ 66
   7.      Camera Schedules ........................................................................................ 68




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Appendices

Appendix ‘A’ – Form of Guarantee Bond .................................................................. 79

Appendix ‘B’ – Collusive Tendering Certificate - to return ..................................... 81

Appendix ‘C’ – Statement of Organisation and Method of Working - to return ...... 83

Appendix ‘D’ – Details of Staff Qualifications and Expertise see D3 questionnaire . 85

Appendix ‘E’ – Form of Agreement ........................................................................... 87

Appendix ‘F’ – Fixed Price Schedule of Equipment Costs - to return ..................... 89

Appendix ‘G’ – Camera Test Records ........................................................................ 108

Appendix ‘H’ – Day Work Charges – to return ......................................................... 112

Appendix ‘I’ – Health and Safety Policy – see H1 questionnaire ............................... 114

Appendix ‘J’ – Non-Compliance Statement – to return ............................................. 116

Appendix ‘K’ – Typical Communication diagram ...................................................... 118

Appendix ‘L’ – Existing Camera schedule .................................................................. 120


The questionnaire also forms part of the tender and must be completed and returned




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1. Preamble to Contract

       The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council invites Contractors to carry out the work
       described in the attached documents comprising of Conditions of Contract, Specification,
       Questionnaire and Formal Tender.

       Contractors shall ensure that they are fully familiar with the nature and extent of the
       obligations to be accepted by them if their Tender is accepted.

      Should any Contractors be in any doubt as to the interpretation of any part of the Contract
      Documents, the Contract Supervisor or their nominated representative shall endeavour to
      answer written enquiries ( includes email) prior to the formal Tender being submitted.

       Technical enquiries to:
       Steve Wilson, Morse Security Consultants, Bretby Lane, Bretby, Burton-on-Trent
       Staffordshire DE15 0QW. Tele: 01283 537131 or e-mail: stevewilsonma@aol.com

       Procurement enquiries to: procurement@staffsmoorlands.gov.uk


  1.1 Leek and Biddulph CCTV schemes including 19 Cameras (11 Leek and 8 Biddulph)

      The Council have been operating a five camera CCTV system in Leek Town Centre since
      December 1997 and Biddulph since April 2003. Following a successful bid to the Home
      Office CCTV Initiative, four additional cameras and a replacement camera were installed
      at Leek and eight cameras installed at Biddulph during 2003. In addition, two further
      cameras, which were not part of the afore-mentioned bid were also installed in Leek. Since
      the Home Office bid, an agreement was reached between Staffordshire Moorlands District
      Council and Congleton Borough Council for the latter to monitor the CCTV systems of
      both Leek and Biddulph at a CCTV monitoring facility at Alsager, Cheshire. Whilst
      Congleton Borough Council no longer carry out the monitoring function, which is carried
      out by SMDC through a third party contractor, the monitoring facility at Alsager is still
      used by SMDC under license from Congleton Borough Council.

1.2   Cheadle and Villages CCTV schemes including 12 cameras (7 Cheadle and 5 villages)

      Staffordshire Moorlands District Council has been operating a four camera CCTV system
      in Cheadle Town Centre since May 1999 and the Village schemes at Werrington,
      Cheddleton, Blythe Bridge, Forsbrook and Brown Edge since July 2003. Following a
      successful bid to the Home Office CCTV Initiative, during 2003, three additional cameras
      were installed at Cheadle and one camera each at the afore-mentioned villages. The afore-
      mentioned schemes are all monitored at Alton Towers and therefore all associated
      equipment concerning the above are at that location.

      The schemes comprise of 31 cameras in total. This is to be increased to 40 cameras as part
      of this contract. Also included within this contract is the installation of a specified digital
      recording system which will replace the existing tape recording systems at present used in



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      the monitoring facility at Alsager and the existing digital recording system used at the
      monitoring facility at Alton Towers.

      The existing cameras are presently maintained by a service contract company. However,
      included within this tender is the invitation to quote for the comprehensive maintenance of
      the existing cameras and infrastructure and the new cameras, infrastructure and equipment.

1.3   It is anticipated that all cameras, in the future, will be monitored from a site in Chapel en le
      Frith in the High Peak District of Derbyshire. A new remote viewing capability will be
      supplied to Leek Police Station from the monitoring station as part of the contract.

2. The Services

       The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council invites tenders for the design, supply,
       installation, testing and commissioning of nine new cameras, infrastructure to include all
       transmission and communication links of all cameras and remote viewing locations, a new
       digital recording system, installation of all equipment all necessary control room works and
       integration of existing cameras as set out in this document but does not bind itself to accept
       the lowest or any tender that is received.

       All prices must be fixed/firm for the work described in the specification. The tender
       analysis should be completed and the overall total entered on the Fixed Price Schedule,
       then transferred to the Form of Tender and returned.

3. Consideration of the Tender

       As part of the works detailed in this document involve civils and construction, the
       successful contractor should be registered in the CIS scheme and evidence of
       certification should be enclosed with the tender submission

       Tenders should note that the award criteria will be based on the most economically
       advantageous tender for the client, assessed on the basis of price, environmental, aesthetic
       and functional characteristics, after-sales service, technical assistance and expertise as
       detailed in the questionnaire

       Tenders must clearly identify where the tender does not comply with the specifications
       set out in this document and provide details of the impact of the non-compliance in
       Appendix ‘J’.

4. Clarifications of meaning of contract

       Tenderers should clarify any points of doubt or difficulty with the Contract Supervisor.
       Any queries arising from the documents should be submitted, in writing, to the Contract
       Supervisor to be received by him not later than one week before the closing date.

       Except insofar as may be directed in writing by the Purchaser, no agent or servant of the
       Purchaser has any authority to make any representation or explanation to Contractors as to
       the meaning of the Conditions of Contract, Specification, drawings or other documents or


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       as to anything to be done or not to be done by the Contractor or as to these instructions or
       as to any other matter or things so as to bind the Purchaser or bind or fetter the judgement
       or discretion of the Contract Supervisor under the Contract in the exercise by him of his
       powers and duties under the Contract.

       Should any amendments to the Contract documents be deemed to be necessary prior to
    the date of submission of tender these will be placed on the Council’s webpage and will form
    part of the Contract document. Prospective tenderers should check the site before submission
    www.staffsmoorlands.gov.uk Current Tender Opportunities


5. Period of Validity

       Tenders are required to be valid for acceptance for a period of 60 days from tender return.

6. Commencement Date

       Tenderers should note that the successful Contractor will be required to commence on site
       operations in April 2009 unless otherwise agreed in writing.

    The length of the contract will be for an initial period of 5 years with a possible extension of 2
    years.

7. Tendering Procedure


   7.1. Care should be taken when completing the Fixed Price Schedule (Appendix ‘F’) and
        prices are excl. VAT.

   7.2. The Tenderer is required to submit with the tender the outline Programme of Works based
        on the purchasers milestones. The programme submitted for approval under the Contract
        shall be of sufficient detail to identify the critical activities and float associated with the
        various operations carried out in the construction of the works.

   7.3. Tenders must be delivered in a ring binder with a CD using the special label available to
        download by Thursday 13 November 2008 16:00 hours. Tenders for part only of the
        service will be rejected and no tender will be considered if it arrives after the time
        specified above.

   7.4. Tenderers should treat the details of their Tenders and any subsequent Contract as private
        and confidential. All information supplied by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council in
        connection with this Invitation to Tender shall be treated as confidential by prospective
        Tenderers except that such information may be disclosed so far as is necessary for the
        purpose of obtaining sureties, guarantees and quotations necessary for the preparation and
        submission of the Tender.
   7.5. Tenderers will face automatic disqualification if they lobby or canvas for the Contract
        during the Tender process. Contractors should state whether employees of Staffordshire
        Moorlands District Council have any direct or indirect interest in their Company.


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        All documents requiring a signature shall be signed:-

        a.   Where the Tenderer is an individual by that individual.
        b.   Where the Tenderer is a partnership by two duly authorised partners.
        c.   Where the Tenderer is a company by two directors or by a director and the secretary of
             the company such persons being duly authorised for that purpose.

   7.6. Performance Bond

        A Performance Bond is required for this contract. The successful Tenderer shall at their
        own expense make arrangements to provide a Bond to secure the due performance of the
        contract, from a British bank or a long established British insurance Company, approved
        by the Purchaser, for the amount equal to 10% of the Contract Sum in accordance with
        the form of Bond in Appendix ‘A’ to this document.

        The period of validity of the Bond shall be until 1 month after the issue of the final
        certificate of payment, unless prior to the expiry of such period either party shall have
        commenced proceedings arising out of the Contract in which event the Bond shall remain
        valid for a period of 3 months after such proceedings have been finally concluded. The
        Bond shall be automatically released upon the expiry of the above validity period.

   7.7 Tender Evaluation
        Tenderers will be required to demonstrate their ability to provide the services by way of a
        presentation and interview. Tenderers are expected to make themselves available for
        such presentations and interview in order to outline compliance with the specification

        The Purchaser shall not be bound to accept the lowest or any form of Tender and shall
        not be responsible for any costs in connection with the preparation of tenders.

        The successful Tenderer shall be required to execute a formal Contract and, until such
        execution, the successful Tender together with the purchaser’s written acceptance shall
        form a binding agreement in the terms of the contract documents and where there is any
        discrepancy or difference between the Tender and the other Contract documents, the
        latter shall prevail.

        The tender will be arithmetically checked following receipt. If any errors are found they
        will be rectified and the Contractor will be notified in writing giving him the opportunity
        either to confirm or withdraw his offer. The alteration of tender rates is not permitted.




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 1. Tender Documents
     Having examined the Drawings, Conditions of Contract, Specification. and Pricing
     Schedule for the construction of the above-mentioned Works (and the matters set out in the
     Appendix hereto), we, the undersigned, Tender to construct and complete the whole of the
     said Works and maintain the Permanent Works in conformity with the said Drawings,
     Conditions of Contract, Specification and Pricing Schedule for such sum as may be
     ascertained in accordance with the said Conditions of Contract.

      We undertake to complete and deliver the whole of the Permanent Works comprised in the
      Contract within the time stated in the Appendix hereto from the Date for Commencement
      of the Works.

      The start date for the Contract is April 2009

 2. Declaration from Tenderers

       Declaration from the Tenderer in respect of Tender for the Staffordshire Moorlands
       District Council, new CCTV cameras and digital recording system, to include all
       equipment, infrastructure and maintenance. I hereby declare that I/My Firm/Company
       (hereunder named):…………………………………….
       ……………………………………………………………………………………………...

   2.1. Have/Has submitted a wholly bona fide Tender, intended to be competitive and that the
        amount of such has not been fixed or adjusted by or in accordance with any agreement or
        arrangement with any other person.

   2.2. Undertake that I/We will not (and have/have not) any time before the closing time for
        submission of Tenders:

        I.   Communicate(d) to any person other than the person calling for Tenders the amount or
             approximate amount of the proposed Tender, except when the disclosure, in
             confidence, of the approximate amount of the Tender is necessary to obtain insurance
             premium quotations required for the preparation of the Tender.

       II.   Offer(ed) or pay or give or agree to pay or give any sum of money or valuable
             consideration directly or indirectly to any person for doing or having done or causing or
             having caused to be one in relation to any other Tender or proposed tender for the said
             work any act or thing of the sort described above.

       In this declaration, the word “person” includes any persons and any Body or Association,
       Corporate or otherwise and “any agreement or arrangement” includes any such transaction
       formed or informed and whether legally binding or not.
       Signed: _____________________________________________________________

       Sole Proprietor/Partner/Director duly authorised to sign for an on behalf of:
       ____________________________________________________________________

       Date : ______________________________________________________________


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                   TO BE COMPLETED AND RETURNED WITH FORM OF TENDER

 3. Form of Tender

       Tender for: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council CCTV System

       To: Staffordshire Moorlands District Council

       I, the Undersigned, for and on behalf of the Contractor(s):

       ….............................................................................................................

       ….............................................................................................................

       Carrying on Business at: …............................................................................

       do hereby offer, if this Tender be accepted, agree to carry out and complete the whole of
       the works tendered for together with any additional works ordered under the terms of the
       Contract, all in accordance with the Tender Documents, Specifications, prepared by or
       approved by the Contract Supervisor, and to maintain such works in perfect order and
       condition for the space of TWELVE calendar months after the certified date of completion,
       for the sum of:…..........................................................................................................

       and …....................... pence (excluding VAT) being total from Tender Summary

      If this Tender be accepted …................................... do hereby undertake to execute a
      Contract (prepared by and at the expense of Staffordshire Moorlands District Council) for
      the due performance of the works and name as Sureties.

       (Here fill in the name of the Bank or Insurance Guarantee Company who have already
       indicated to you that they are willing to provide security for the due performance of the
       Contract).

       …........................................................................

       of: …....................................................................

       who will be responsible jointly and severally for the due and satisfactory completion of the
       Contract, together with any additional works that may be ordered.

       Signed: …..............................................

       Date: …..............................................




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 1. Definitions

    The Works: The Works are the design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of a
    new digital recording system and additional cameras. This work also includes all works and
    equipment required in the control room and necessary infrastructure/communications and
    integration of the existing CCTV cameras.

       The Purchaser:         Staffordshire Moorlands District Council

       The Contract Supervisor: As nominated by the Council

       The Works Information: Works information is contained within this document.

       The Camera Site Information: Camera site information is contained within this document

       This Contract is Governed by: The Law of England

       The period for reply to a Communication: One week

 2. Main Responsibilities

       After completion of the whole of the Works, the limit of The Contractor’s liability for his
       design is 12 months.

 3. Time

       Anticipated contract commencement date: April 2009. Contractor to submit revised
       programmes at intervals no longer than 4 weeks.

 4. Test & Defects

       The defects date: 52 weeks after completion of the whole of the works

       The defect correction period: As maintenance contract

       The Contractors responsibilities;

 5. Prior Inspection

       The Contractor shall be held to have satisfied himself, prior to submitting his tender,
       regarding the availability of labour and materials for the purposes of the works during the
       whole of the Contract period having had regard to the type and location of the Works. No
       claims for additional payment on the grounds of lack of knowledge will be entertained.

       Site utilities are not provided via the Purchaser on the sites. The contractor shall therefore
       provide all such supplies of utilities as are necessary for the purpose of the Works.




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 6. Secrecy

       Not at any time during the Term to divulge or allow to be divulged to any person any
       confidential information relating to the business or affairs of the Purchaser. The Contractor
       shall at all times respect and adhere to the Purchaser’s Code of Practice and Data
       Protection Registration relating to the operation and management of the CCTV system.

 7. Program of Works

       The Contractor shall submit a detailed programme for the execution of the works within
       fourteen days after the Letter of Acceptance.

 8. Delegation

       Not to delegate any duties or obligations arising under this agreement otherwise than as
       may be expressly permitted under its terms.

 9. Intellectual Property

       Not to cause or permit anything which may cause damage or endanger the intellectual
       property of the Purchaser or the Purchaser’s title to it or assist or allow others to do so.

 10. Indemnity

       To indemnify and keep the Purchaser indemnified from and against any and all loss
       damage or liability (whether criminal or civil) suffered and legal fees and costs incurred by
       the Purchaser resulting from a breach of this agreement by the Contractor including:

       Any act of neglect or default of the Contractor’s employees or agents; or breaches in
       respect of any matter arising from the supply of the Services resulting in any successful
       claim by any third party.

 11. Insurance

       To maintain at its own cost a comprehensive policy of insurance with an insurer and in
       terms approved by the Purchaser (such approval not to be unreasonably withheld) to cover
       the liability of the Contractor in respect of any act or default for which it may become
       liable to indemnify the Purchaser under the terms of this agreement.

       To arrange that the minimum cover per claim of that policy is £5,000,000.
       The Contractor shall whenever required produce to the Purchaser the policy or policies of
       insurance and the receipts for the payment of the current premiums.

 12. Notice

       To comply with the terms of any notice specifying a breach of the provisions of this
       agreement and requiring the breach to be remedied so far as it may be but nothing in this



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       clause is intended to require the Purchaser to serve notice of any breach before taking
       action in respect of it.

 13. Disputes

     13.1. If at any time any question, dispute, or difference shall arise between the Purchaser
           and the Contractor, either party shall, as soon as reasonably practicable, give to the
           other notice in writing of the existence of such question, dispute or difference
           specifying its nature and the point at issue, and the same shall be referred to the
           arbitration of a person to be agreed upon, and failing such agreement within six
           weeks, to some person appointed on the application of either of the parties hereto
           by the President for the time being of the Institution of Electrical Engineers.

     13.2. Performance of the contract shall continue during arbitration proceedings unless the
           Purchaser shall order the suspension thereof or of any part thereof.

 14. Discrimination

       The Contractor shall not unlawfully discriminate within the meaning and scope of the
       provisions of the Race Relations Act, 1976, the Equal Pay Act, 1970 and the Sex
       Discrimination Act, 1975 and any statutory modifications and re-enactments thereof.

 15. Payment

       The currency of this contract is Pounds Sterling. The assessment period will be at monthly
       intervals unless agreed otherwise.

 16. Variations

       The supervising officer may, at any time issue written instructions to vary the design,
       quality or quantity of work or add or omit work. Any such variation instruction shall not
       invalidate the contract.

 17. VAT

     17.1. All sums payable under this agreement unless otherwise stated are exclusive of
           VAT.

     17.2. Any VAT payable in respect of such sums shall be payable in addition to such sums
           upon receipt of a valid VAT invoice.

 18. Termination for Breach

       The following obligations are conditions of this agreement and any breach of any of them
       shall be deemed a fundamental breach which shall determine this agreement immediately
       and the rights and liabilities of the parties shall then be determined in accordance with the
       following clause:



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     18.1.     Failure on the part of the Purchaser to make punctual payment of all sums due to
               the Contractor under the terms of this agreement;

     18.2.     Failure on the part of the Contractor to observe any obligation under this
               agreement;

     18.3.     The levying of any distress or execution against the Contractor or the making by
               him of any composition or arrangement with creditors or being a company the
               Contractor’s liquidation (other than a members’ voluntary liquidation);

     18.4.     The doing or permitting of any act by which the Purchaser’s rights in its
               intellectual property may be prejudiced or put in jeopardy;

     18.5.     The death of the Contractor (if an individual).

 19. Termination Consequences

       In the event of the contract not being carried out properly or the time limit is not met the
       Council can:

     19.1      cancel all or part of the contract

     19.2      complete the contract

     19.3      recover from the contractor any additional costs in completing the contract;

     19.4      take appropriate legal action against the contractor

     19.5      The Contractor shall have the right to terminate the Agreement should the
               Purchaser fail to make payments as required under the terms of the Agreement.

 20. Receipt

       The receipt of money by either of the parties shall not prevent either of them from
       questioning the correctness of any statement in respect of such money.

 21. Force Majeure

     21.1.     Both parties shall be released from their respective obligations in the event of
               national emergency war prohibitive governmental regulation or if any other cause
               beyond the reasonable control of the parties or either of them renders the
               performance of this agreement impossible whereupon:

     21.2.     The Purchaser shall immediately pay to the Contractor all arrears of Payments;

     21.3.     Each party shall be liable to pay to the other damages for any breach of this
               agreement and all expenses and costs incurred by that party in enforcing its rights
               under this agreement provided that this clause shall have effect only at the


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              discretion of the Purchaser except when such event renders performance
              impossible for a continuous period of not less than six calendar months.

 22. Miscellaneous

     22.1. Severance

              If any provision of this agreement is declared by any judicial or other competent
              authority to be void, voidable, illegal or otherwise unenforceable the parties shall
              amend that provision in such reasonable manner as achieves the intention of the
              parties without illegality or at the discretion of the Purchaser it may be severed
              from this agreement.

     22.2. Whole Agreement

              Each party acknowledges that this agreement contains the whole agreement
              between the parties and that it has not relied upon any oral or written representation
              made to it by the other party or its employees or agents and has made its own
              independent investigations into all matters relevant to it.

     22.3. Supersedes prior agreements

              This agreement supersedes any prior agreement between the parties in respect of
              the subject matter of this agreement whether written or oral and any such prior
              agreements are cancelled as at the Commencement Date but without prejudice to
              any rights which have already accrued to either of the parties.

     22.4. Discretion

              Any decision exercise of discretion judgment or opinion or approval of any matter
              mentioned in this agreement or arising from it shall be binding on a party only if in
              writing and shall be at its sole discretion unless otherwise expressly provided in this
              agreement.

     22.5. Change of Address

              Each of the parties shall give notice to the other of the change of any address or
              telephone facsimile or similar number at the earliest possible opportunity but in any
              event within 48 hours of such change.

     22.6. Notice

              Any notice to be served on either of the parties by the other shall be sent by prepaid
              recorded delivery or registered post to the address of the relevant party shown at the
              head of this agreement or by facsimile transmission and shall be deemed to have
              been received by the addressee within 72 hours of posting or 24 hours if sent by
              facsimile transmission to the correct facsimile number of the addressee (with
              correct answerback).


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     22.7. Headings

              Headings contained in this agreement are for reference purposes only and should
              not be incorporated into this agreement and shall not be deemed to be any
              indication of the meaning of the clauses to which they relate.

     22.8. Joint and Several

              All agreements on the part of the Contractor which shall be joint and several if the
              Contractor comprises more than one person and the neuter singular gender
              throughout this agreement shall include all genders and the plural and the successor
              in title to the parties.

     22.9. Non Assignment or Sub-Contracting

              The Contractor shall not assign or sub-contract any of its rights or duties under this
              agreement without the consent in writing of the Purchaser.

     22.10.   Proper law and jurisdiction

              This agreement shall be governed by English law and where appropriate the
              requirements of Public Procurement Directives.

              Any proceedings arising out of or in connection with this agreement shall be
              brought in any court of competent jurisdiction in England.

              In the event that the Contractor is resident outside England its address for service in
              England shall be the address nominated at the head of this agreement and any time
              limits in any proceedings shall not be extended by virtue only of the foreign
              residence of the Contractor.

     22.11.   Rights cumulative

              All rights granted to either party shall be cumulative and no exercise by either of
              the parties of any right under this agreement shall restrict or prejudice the exercise
              of any other right granted by this agreement or otherwise available to it.

     22.12.   Waiver

              The failure of either party to enforce at any time or for any period any one or more
              of the terms or conditions of this agreement shall not be a waiver of them or of the
              right at any time subsequently to enforce all terms and conditions of this agreement.


     22.13.   Status of the Contractor




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               If the Contractor is an individual, during the Term the Contractor shall be an
               independent Contractor and not the servant of the Purchaser. In such capacity the
               Contractor shall bear exclusive responsibility for the payment of its national
               insurance contributions as a self-employed person and for discharge of any income
               tax and VAT liability arising out of remuneration for its work performed under this
               agreement. The Contractor shall not be subject to directions from the Purchaser as
               to the manner in which it shall perform his work.

     22.14.    Costs

               Each of the parties shall pay any costs and expenses incurred by it in connection
               with this agreement.

     22.15.    Inducements

               If the Contractor shall have offered or given or agreed to give any gift or
               consideration of any kind as an inducement or reward for doing or forbearing to do
               or for having done or forborne to do any action in relation to the obtaining or
               execution of the Contract or any other Contract with the Purchaser, or if the like
               acts shall have been done by any person employed by him or acting on his behalf
               (whether with or without the knowledge of the Contractor) or if in relation to the
               Contract or any other contact with the Purchaser, the Contractor or any person
               employed by him or acting on his behalf shall have committed any offence under
               the Prevention of Corruption Acts 1889–1916 or Section 117(2) of the Local
               Government Act 1972,or shall have given any fee or reward to any officer of the
               Purchaser which shall have been exacted or accepted by such officer by virtue of
               his office or employment and is otherwise than such officers proper remuneration,
               the Purchaser shall be entitled to cancel the Contract and to recover from the
               Contractor the amount of any loss resulting from such cancellation.

     22.16    Compensation

              If the Contractor fails to meet the stated time scales for installation, commissioning
              and handover or respond to a reported fault on the Equipment within the 12 month
              defects liability period stated and remedy the fault or provide equipment on loan
              until the fault can be repaired within twenty four hours of a report, the Contractor
              shall pay compensation to the Purchaser at a rate of £200 per day for every day or
              part thereof during which the delay in installation or fault continues and for each
              individual fault. This is without prejudice to any other rights which the Purchaser
              may have in respect of such breach.

    22.17     Access to records

              The Head of Property Services / Contracts Manager (Client Services) for the Council
              will be allowed reasonable access to the Contractor’s records relating to the contract.




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     23. Health & Safety

   23.1.       The Tenderer shall confirm in writing their willingness to accept the roles of
               Planning Coordinator and Principle Contractor in accordance with Construction
              (Design and Management) Regulations 2007. This will include responsibility for
              all other Contractors employed on this project including the Communications
              Network Contractor and Control room Suite fit-out Contractor.

   23.2.      The Contractor shall comply with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work
              etc Act (1974) including the Electricity at Work Regulation 1989 and any
              subsequent amendments or additions and in particular the duties imposed upon all
              employers to make provision for securing the health, safety and welfare of their
              employees and to their obligation to conduct their undertaking in a manner which
              will ensure that any non-employee who may be affected, is not exposed to risk.

   23.3.      The Contractor shall also ensure that all their employees are fully conversant with,
              and operate under the relevant safety measures which appertain to their particular
              trades or skills, and that all employees are aware that they themselves have
              statutory duties under the provisions of the said Act, to take reasonable care of their
              own health and safety and that of any other person or persons who may be affected
              by their actions whilst at work and have a duty to co-operate with the Contractor in
              the exercise and fulfilment of the Contractor’s statutory obligations set out in the
              said Health and Safety at Work Act.

   23.4.      The Contractor shall ensure the continuance of safety at any site at which work is
              being carried out by them, or on their behalf. This shall include the provision and
              use of necessary signing shall be in accordance with the Road and Street Works Act
              1990. The Contractor shall comply with the Health and Safety at Work etc (1974).
              In particular, undertake, and ensure that all employees and sub-contractors comply
              with this clause. The attention of the Contractor is particularly directed to the
              Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 which shall be strictly observed.

   23.5.      The Tenderer shall submit with his tender a copy of their Health and Safety Policy
              Statement together with a Health and Safety Plan for the construction phase of the
              Contract. Staffordshire Moorlands District Council will not consider tenders who
              do not comply with this condition. These documents may have been submitted for
              pre qualification.

              The Tenderer shall provide all required information, manuals, drawings etc,
              appertaining to the installation for incorporation into the Health and Safety File.
              Typically, the file shall comprise:-

             a. Record or “as built” drawings.

             b. Details of equipment and maintenance regimes.

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             d. Copies of Test Certificates required by the Specification.

             e. Copies of guarantees, warranties offered by manufacturers.

             f. Names, addresses, telephone numbers and fax numbers of all relevant contacts.




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 SPECIAL CONDITIONS

 1. Limit of Contractors Responsibility

      The Contractor will not be liable for and the Purchaser will hold the Contractor harmless
      against any claim in respect of loss, injury or damage to property or persons directly or
      indirectly caused by or arising from the Purchaser’s negligence (including the use of any
      part of the system otherwise than in accordance with the manufacturer’s operating
      instructions or by persons other than Qualified Operators) or default (including any breach
      or non-compliance with any term of this Contract, any delay, any wrong information and
      any lack of required information).

 2. Notification of Services Authority

       Before commencing site operations, the Contractor shall notify the various service
       authorities that work will be proceeding in proximity to their installations and enquire the
       exact position of all such installations that may be under or over the sites.

       The Contractor shall protect, uphold and maintain all pipes, ducts, sewers, service mains,
       overhead cables and the like until completion of the work. If any are damaged, due to any
       cause within the Contractor's control, he shall arrange for their prompt reinstatement and
       meet at his own expense any costs and charges in connection therewith.

       The Contractor shall not interfere with the operation of existing services such as gas,
       water, electricity, telephones, buried cables or sewers, drains etc, without permission of
       the services statutory authorities and private owners, without their permission.

       Any damage to mains or services shall be notified immediately to the relevant authority.

 3. Damage and Site Clearance

       The Contractor will be held responsible for damage beyond fair wear and tear occasioned
       to public roads by traffic to and from the site and shall indemnify the Purchaser against
       any claim arising from such damage.

       The Contractor will be held responsible for keeping all of the public footpaths and roads
       clear of mud and debris.

       The Contractor shall not cause obstruction in any manner or form to public highways or
       footpaths including any adjoining public areas owned by the Purchaser or any other Local
       Authority.

 4. Environmental Issues

       The Contractor shall make his own arrangements for the disposal of excavated spoil,
       rubbish, surplus material and the like and shall pay all charges in connection therewith.




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       The Contractor's attention is drawn to the provisions of the Environmental Protection Act
       1990, the Control of Pollution (amendment) Act 1989 and regulations made there under,
       and relevant Codes of Practice, and he should note that it is illegal to dump excavated
       spoil, rubbish, surplus materials and the like on other than a licensed tipping area and that
       such dumping will render the offender liable for prosecution.

       The Contractor's attention is drawn to “The Asbestos (Licensing) Regulations 1983 as
       amended”.

       Where carting away is sub-let, the Contractor shall sub-let only to 'bona fide' carriers;
       obtain from such carriers the location of the proposed tipping area and when required by
       the Contract Supervisor, obtain and submit to the Contract Supervisor written evidence
       that all loads of excavated spoil, rubbish, surplus materials and the like have been
       deposited at a licensed tipping area or areas.

       Should it be shown that any excavated spoils, rubbish, surplus materials and the like have
       been deposited elsewhere than at a licensed tipping area, the Contractor will be held
       responsible for clearing away such deposits at his own cost ensuring that they are placed
       in a licensed tipping area and reinstating the site to the satisfaction of the Contract
       Supervisor.

 5. Pollution and Inclement Weather Precaution

      The Contractor shall take reasonable precautions to prevent any pollution arising from the
      Works.

      The Contractor will be required to maintain, where practicable, continuity of working
      during inclement weather and he will be expected to avail himself of reasonable means and
      aids to carry out the Works which are currently available in order that delays may be
      prevented or minimised. The extent to which the Contractor has availed himself of the
      means of carrying out the Works in inclement weather will be taken into account when
      allowing any request for extension of time.

 6. Meetings

      Regular Site Meetings will be held as directed by the Purchaser. The Purchaser will be
      responsible for the production and circulation of minutes of site meetings.

      The Contractor shall provide each week for the Purchaser, a report showing the progress of
      the Works achieved during that week.

 7. Schedule of Rates

      The Contractor shall provide for the Contract Supervisor a schedule of rates with his tender
      covering all items included within his installation scope. This schedule will be used to cost
      any applicable variations to the works, which may arise during the progress of the
      installation.



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 8. Guarantees

      Any guarantees for materials extending beyond the date of the Final Certificate shall vest
      in the Purchaser and shall be handed to the Contract Supervisor on the issue of the Final
      Certificate.

 9. Site Security

      The Contractor is to provide for everything necessary for the protection of the site, the
      Works, and materials and plant and all things on the site until completion of the works, and
      take all reasonable steps for protecting, securing, lighting and watching all places on or
      about the works and the site. No steps, ladders or other plant shall be left accessible for
      unauthorised persons to enter the buildings or adjoining buildings.

 10. Delegation

      The Purchaser may from time to time delegate any of the powers, discretions, functions and
      authorities vested in him and may at any time revoke any such delegation. Any such
      delegation or revocation shall be in writing signed by the Purchaser and, in the case of a
      delegation and the person or persons to whom the same are delegated. No such delegation
      or revocation shall have effect until a copy thereof has been delivered to the Contractor.

 11. Contractors Work Force

       The tradesmen and assistant tradesmen employed on the work shall have received good
       training in their trade and shall be of a high standard of skill and fully qualified to be
       employed on the work. The name or names shall have been previously communicated in
       writing to the Purchaser by the Contractor, to carry out the Services on the Installation Site.

       Any orders or instructions which the Purchaser may give to the afore-mentioned
       employees of the Contractor shall be deemed to have been given to the Contractor.

      The Contractor’s operators shall be subject to the security vetting procedures set out below.

      The Purchaser shall be at liberty by notice in writing to the Contractor to object to any
      representative or person employed by the Contractor in the execution of the Services who
      shall, in the opinion of the Purchaser, misconduct themselves or be incompetent or
      negligent, and the Contractor shall forthwith remove such person from the Installation Site
      and the Purchaser shall not be liable to the Contractor or any other person for any costs or
      losses of the same.

      The Contractor shall provide such details as may be required by the Purchaser for all staff
      and approved sub-contractors. The Purchaser reserves the right to reject any personnel for
      security reasons. No reason will be given for such decisions to reject personnel.




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 12. Hoists, Scaffolding and Barriers

       The Payments includes the cost of all hoists, scaffolding, barriers, signage, lighting and the
       like to enable the Contractor to properly and safely carry out the maintenance works.

 13. Standards

       The contractor shall carry out his Works to the highest standards in accordance with the
       requirements of this specification.

              As a minimum requirement, the Contractor shall comply with:-

              The NACOSS Code of Practice for Planning, Installation and Maintenance
                 of Closed Circuit Television Systems.

              The requirements of lEE Regulations for Electrical Installations BS 7671, 2001.

              Home Office guidelines and recommendations.

              The appropriate sections of the DOE/PSA Standard Specification (M&E) No. 1
              Electrical Installations in Buildings, dealing with quality, materials and V
              workmanship.

              Code of Practice for the Management and Operation of CCTV Systems (BS 7958).

       All equipment provided under the Contract shall comply with all appropriate and
       relevant British Standards and Codes of Practice.

       All materials shall be new and the best of their particular type and the Contractor may be
       called upon to submit for approval samples of the various materials intended for use in the
       execution of the work. All materials are to comply with the appropriate British Standard
       Specifications were applicable.

        If in the opinion of the Contract Supervisor it is decided that any work done or
        materials used by the Contractor is or are defective, the Contractor shall at his own
        expense and with all speed make good the defects. If the Contractor shall fail to
        carry out this work the Contract Supervisor may take, at the cost of the Contractor,
        such steps as may in all circumstances be reasonable to make good such defects.

       Where any product is specified to comply with a British Standard, it may be substituted by
       a product complying with a grade or category within a national standard of another
       Member of State of the European Community or an International Standard recognised in
       the UK specifying equivalent requirements and assurances in respect of material, safety,
       reliability, fitness for purpose and, where relevant, appearance.

       The Contract Supervisor shall be notified of all such substitutions in advance of
       ordering and the Contractor shall provide all documentary evidence confirming that
       the products comply with the specified requirements.


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 14. Access and Permissions

      The location of individual cameras or wiring located within the specified sites may not be
      on property in the ownership of the Purchaser. Access and permissions to install the
      cameras and associated wiring will be the responsibility of the Purchaser.

      CCTV works shall not proceed until such time as the Purchaser confirms that the necessary
      approvals have been obtained.

      Access to any site or location must be gained via the Purchaser as specified in the Contract
      Preliminaries.

 15. Sub-Letting

        Should the Contractor propose to sub-let any portion of the Works they shall nominate in
        the tender the elements of the Works to be sub-let and also the name of the firm that will
        undertake such works.

        The Contractor will not be permitted to sub-contract the Works in full.

        All sub-contractors will be subject to approval by the Purchaser whose approval will not
        be unreasonably withheld.

        The Contractor shall submit Sub-contractor Assessment documentation to the Purchaser
        for each Sub-contractor prior to their employment on the works. The assessment document
        shall give the following information:-

               Name of Sub-contractor.
               Business Address
               Full Contact Details.
               Type of work to be carried out by the Sub-contractor.
               Relevant Qualification to carry out specified type of work.
               Past experience in specified type of work.
               Details of the Sub-contractors Health and Safety at Work Policy.
               Notification of any HSE prosecutions or pending prosecutions against the Sub-
                 contractor.
               Sub-contractor’s methodology for dealing with the CDM Regulations.

 16. Inspection of Site

        During the tender period the Contractor shall visit the areas of the proposed Works and
        satisfy themselves in respect of access, local conditions, etc.

        It is a condition of the tender that a site inspection takes place. Tenderers not visiting the
        sites shall have their tenders rejected.

        No claim will be accepted as a result of failure to carry out a complete and detailed
        inspection of the sites.


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       Arrangements to visit the sites shall be made with the Purchaser.

 17. Delivery and Protection of Materials

       The Contractor shall be fully responsible for taking delivery of materials and equipment,
       unloading and distributing them as necessary on site and the return of all cases and all
       condemned or surplus goods. The cost of these shall be included in the contract price. The
       Contractor must ensure that all materials are kept under cover on site and shall be
       responsible for providing his own store for these materials. Any materials found to be
       corroded or damaged due to bad storage will be rejected by the Contract Supervisor.

       The Contractor shall also be responsible for the proper protection of the equipment,
       materials and work from damage due to building operations or by other contractors
       protection shall be provided in such a manner as may be/necessary and/or as may be
       directed by the Contract Supervisor, in order to/prevent water, dirt, grit, plaster or other
       foreign substances from entering the/working parts of the equipment.


 18. Protections of Building and Site

       The Contractor shall provide all necessary temporary protection, coverings, structures, etc
       to avoid deterioration or damage to the building, both internally and externally, by working
       practices, access or siting of plant or equipment.


 19. Inspection of Concealed Works

       In cases where sections of the Works are to be built-in or enclosed above suspended
       ceilings etc., the Contractor shall notify the Contract Supervisor that the Works are
       ready for inspection before enclosure takes place and shall be responsible for keeping the
       Works accessible until inspection has been completed. A minimum of 48 hours notice is
       required for an inspection to take place.

 20. Electromagnetic Interference

       The Contractor shall ensure that all electrical equipment meets the current requirements of
       the EEC Council Directives on Electromagnetic Compatibility, 92/3 1/EC 89/336/EEC.

       The Contractor shall ensure that all of the equipment provided under the Contract is
       protected from the effects of electro magnetic interference which shall include, but not be
       limited to:-

              The effects of lightning strike either directly or by induction.
              The effects of mains borne transients on the power supplies.

       Where appropriate, the Contractor shall supply and install suitable protection/devices.



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 21. Factory Acceptance Testing

       Prior to the delivery and installation of the CCTV equipment, the Contractor shall
       undertake a factory acceptance test to demonstrate the following:

              All equipment is fully compatible and operates in accordance with the
              requirements of the specification. This shall include the transmission links
              between cameras and control rooms. A complete demonstration of the control
              system and proving of all software and hardware functions.

              A document will be produced detailing each specified requirements of the system
              and these shall be demonstrated to the client’s representative and approved by
              signature prior to installation on site.

       The Contractor shall provide a Method Statement at least two weeks prior to the tests and
       clearly demonstrate how the factory testing shall take place.

       A factory inspection is required following the assembly of the camera and digital
       equipment to validate build quality and acceptability and release payment against the
       milestone schedule.

        Each camera assembly shall be documented and the respective serial numbers of the
        primary components shall be scheduled for easy reference in tabular form.

 22. Certificate of Practical Completion

      It shall be deemed that a Certificate of Practical Completion shall not be issued until such
      time as the following are completed:

      Testing and Commissioning of the complete system has taken place.
      The whole of the contract works shall be usable and in operation.
      The completed system shall have been operated continuously for seven consecutive days
         without a fault occurring.
      All Record Drawings, Operating and Maintenance Instructions and labels, as detailed in
         this specification, have been provided.
      Completion of the Health and Safety File documentation.

      It shall also be deemed that the Purchaser is at liberty to use any part or parts of the contract
      works which the Contract Supervisor may consider suitable for use, without in any way
      relieving the Contractor of responsibility under the terms of the Contract, prior to a
      Certificate of Practical Completion being issued.

      The Contractor shall not interfere with the day to day operation of the CCTV Monitoring
      Centre which is a fully operational facility.




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 23. Retention

      There will be a 5% retention on payments up to the issuing of a Taking Over Certificate
      (i.e. the date that the Purchaser takes control of the ‘live’ and fully functioning system -
      anticipated to be April 1 2008). At this time 2.5% of the retention payments will be
      released to the contractor and the remaining 2.5% retention being released after the issuing
      of a Completion Certificate at the end of the defects free period (12 months from the
      Taking Over Cert. date).

      The Tenderer shall submit with his Tender a copy of his Health and Safety Policy and
      Method Statement for this Contract for approval by the Contract Supervisor.


 24. New Roads and Street Works Act

      The Contractor shall adhere strictly to the above Act at all times. Special consideration
      should be given to access to the areas that are classified as a footway, and other traffic
      sensitive areas such as roundabouts. All required notices must be served and detailed
      access arrangements must be made with the Council prior to commencement of work in
      these areas.

      It is also the duty of the Contractor to control all other Statutory Undertakers for
      information regarding the location of their underground works. Where there is existing
      underground works near the proposed camera site, trial borings may need to be undertaken
      to establish the exact location of the works. It shall be the contractors responsibility to
      survey and site and or re site underground works.

      Note: where existing ducts exist the contractor shall ensure these are fit for purpose during
      any survey and obtain permissions where required to use these. The Contractor shall
      include within his Tender Return for all such works.

      The Contractor must apply to all statutory undertakers prior to the commencement of works
      to determine the location of services. Drawings included in this document are for
      information only. All drawing should be provided by all statutory undertakers prior to the
      commencement of works.

      The Contractor should be aware of his responsibility for the security of all the equipment in
      the contract up to the issuing of a Hand over Certificate as special measures may need to be
      taken due to the location of the location of the scheme.

      The contractor will be required to obtain all necessary street works licences.

      The Contractor shall fully comply with the requirements of the Construction (Design and
      Management) Regulations 1994.




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 25. Project Management

       Unless otherwise specifically stated, the term ‘project management’ shall mean all costs
      incurred by the Contractor in the management and control of the installation of the system.

      The Contractor must fully describe in their submission their intentions regarding the
      appointment of a project manager and his commitment to the scheme and must confirm that
      all Project Managers costs have been fully included for in the form of tender.

      The contractor shall produce a Programme of works prior to commencement of the project
      for approval. The contractor shall detail milestones and key tasks and dependencies. The
      contractor shall report progress to the project team/client at intervals dictated by the client
      [the minimum reporting timescale shall be weekly, but nominally by weekly].

 26. Vandalism

      The installation of the equipment and cabling shall take due account of the system security
      and be protected against vandalism. Conduit junction and pull boxes shall be fitted with
      tamper-proof screws to prevent unauthorised access. Where cable chambers or manholes
      are located in public areas, the lids shall be secured with tamper-proof screws.

       All cabinet based poles and street cabinets shall have security locks installed.

       It shall be the contractors responsibility to safe guard against vandalism during and after
       installation.




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 1. General

   1.1. Overview

        The CCTV system specified herein is going to enhance the existing High Peaks CCTV
        system and provide additional cameras, a sophisticated GUI (Graphical User Interface)
        Control Management, Digital Recording System and Police ANPR for the Staffordshire
        Moorlands District.

        The purpose of the new system is to replace the existing disparate Staffordshire
        Moorlands CCTV Control Rooms and provide a state of the art single facility that
        provides an auditable and efficient district wide CCTV service of the highest quality.
        This facility will be located in Chapel-en-le-Frith in the High Peak District, Derbyshire.

        The operational and technical requirement contained within shall be the main
        performance criteria against which the monitoring facility is measured.

        The new system will be controlled by an ICMS (integrated control room management
        system) such that all systems are accessible from a single operator work position and all
        actions are traceable in an audit trail.

        All equipment, including that required externally and internally in order to ensure a fully
        operational and functional system, including; the control room, cabling, civil’s work,
        containment and power supplies for the CCTV System will be the responsibility of the
        Tenderer and all allowances should be made to provide a working system in accordance
        with this specification.

        All existing CCTV cameras currently utilised by Staffordshire Moorlands District
        Council will continue to operate throughout the duration of this contract. It is also the
        responsibility of the Tenderer to ensure that all existing Town Centre CCTV Cameras are
        migrated on to the new system, and the existing redundant control room equipment is
        removed and the Control Room furnishings / decorations made good as far as is
        practicable.

        The contractor shall as part of the tender reply complete a dilapidation report for each of
        the existing camera positions.

        The existing system is available for inspection by appointment through the purchaser.
        The existing CCTV cameras are controlled and monitored from the locations mentioned
        in Section 1 of this document. Those locations mentioned will not be available for the
        installation of new system equipment and the Tenderer should bare this in mind when
        designing the new solution.

        The contractor shall design, cost and implement a means of re-routing the camera signals
        from each remote location to the new CCTV monitoring facility.

        All cameras will be connected via fibre optic circuits or similar. If other than fibre optics
        are considered there shall be no greater degradation in image quality, latency, download


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        or upload capabilities. All forms of communication shall be able to comply with the
        Operational requirements of the cameras. The contractor shall detail the costs breakdown
        per camera and all ongoing rentals of circuits etc.

        The connectivity shall support the performance specifications of the cameras and the
        system contained within this document.
        The Client reserves the right to withdraw any of the camera positions, as priced in the
        Tender Summary Section, if the tender price exceeds the available budget, for the
        project.

   1.2. The Works

        The Works have been separated out in to 6 complimentary sections. They are;

        1. Management Suite Fit Out

        The necessary management suit upgrading to accommodate the monitoring and recording
        requirements of the Project. This includes builders works and furniture.

        2. Integrated Control Room Management System

        A state of the art ICMS will be installed in the control room. It will provide the
        management and control of the sub systems together with full audit and reports
        capabilities. The sub systems are;

              Closed Circuit Television System
              Digital Video Recording System

        Operation and management of the system will be available from any operator position.
        Management will also be available via a remote link to Staffordshire Moorlands District
        Council offices (incident, fault, management records etc.)

        3. Closed Circuit Television System

        The existing disparate CCTV control and monitoring systems will be replaced by the
        new ICMS together with additional new and existing CCTV cameras. The new
        equipment will form a single seamless presentation to the operators.

        There will be 3 categories of CCTV camera outstation for the installation. They are;

              Staffordshire Moorlands CCTV – The existing Town Centre Dome cameras that
               are to be migrated on to the new system.

              New Staffordshire Moorlands CCTV – The new Dome Cameras to be installed to
               provide additional surveillance of the Town Centre areas.




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              New Staffordshire Moorlands ANPR CCTV – The new ANPR (Automatic
               Number plate Recognition) capable cameras that will be used in a dual role
               offering both security surveillance and specialist ANPR use.

        4. Digital Video Recording System

        To provide high quality, evidential images a digital video recording system will be
        installed. The system will be fully integrated in to the ICMS to provide a seamless single
        operator solution. Control, interrogation and maintenance of the system will be
        performed via any operator position as well as in a dedicated review room.

        5. ANPR System

        The Staffordshire Police have a major interest in the CCTV system and are looking
        for a state of the art Automatic Number Plate Recognition System to supplement their
        fight against vehicle crime and criminal activity in the area. The ANPR cameras are to be
        fully integrated in to the CCTV system. The ANPR system shall provide a secure facility
        for the police to carry out identification tasks without interfering with the normal CCTV
        activities. The ANPR management system will be located in the Leek Police Station.

        6. Communications Network

        The new and existing CCTV cameras will be linked to the new ICMS at High Peaks and
        a remote viewing station with option to upload/download video to be provided at Leek
        Police station using optic circuits or similar. If other than fibre optics are considered
        there shall be no greater degradation in image quality, latency, download or upload
        capabilities. All forms of communication shall be able to comply with the Operational
        requirements of the cameras. A suitable quotation is available from BT. Any necessary
        civils or builder’s works are to be included.

 2. Contractual Obligations

   2.1. Planning

        The Contractor should be aware that the Purchaser will obtain planning permissions for
        the new camera sites. All other permissions/licenses and notices shall be the
        responsibility of the contractor.

   2.2. Electrical Supplies

        The successful Contractor will be expected to supply and install all electrical power
        supplies where necessary. The Contractor shall include within his tender sum for all
        necessary builders, electrical and co-ordination works required to complete the
        installation of the power supplies.

        The works consist of providing electricity supplies to the CCTV cameras at specific
        locations throughout the town centres. Primary electricity supplies will need to be
        installed by the local electricity supplier at the contractors cost.


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         Each new camera location will require an electricity supply within the pole base and / or
         adjacent equipment cabinet. The Contractor will supply and install new power
         distribution for the system providing a separate supply for each camera and any
         applicable transmission equipment.

         The contractor will be responsible for carrying out all civil and builders works necessary
         to establish cable routes from the supply location to all CCTV equipment at the camera
         locations. This will include all reinstatements and making good that shall be restored to
         their original condition to the satisfaction of the client’s representative.

         All CCTV camera equipment shall be powered from the local power distribution unit.
         This unit shall contain an RCD unit and sockets to power equipment.

         Approximate locations of cameras and affected premises are generally shown on the
         enclosed drawings.

   2.3. Camera Supplies

         Supplies shall be derived from a local power distribution unit located in the pole base or
         street cabinet. Cables shall follow existing service routes where possible. Where
         building mounted, cables shall be concealed within the building fabric where possible
         and be neatly routed on the surface of walls etc, where concealed installations are not
         possible. Surface wiring should match the existing methods of installation where
         possible, but should remain adequately protected to the satisfaction of the Contract
         Supervisor.

         Any internal cable routes passing through existing fire resistant barriers between floors,
         walls, roofs etc, shall be sealed following installation to the requisite statutory degree of
         fire resistance. Similarly any existing conduit, ducting or trunking routes with internal
         fire protection barriers shall be sealed to the requisite statutory level of fire protection
         following the installation of any additional cables.

   2.4. External Installation

         All external wiring to the local cabinets or camera head shall be adequately protected by
         galvanised steel conduit, against weather and possible mechanical damage.

         All cabling from the column / junction box to the Camera Housing, Pan and Tilt Head,
         etc, shall be run within the pole and then be protected by armoured flexible conduit with
         purpose made swivelling glands and fittings at the camera housing and the pole cable
         entry. The flexible conduit shall enter the camera housing at the rear section and the
         length shall be kept to the minimum possible. The camera housing will house the camera
         telemetry receiver. The receiver is not permitted in the pole base.

   2.5. Scope of Works
         The Contractor shall include for the whole of the works involved and the supply of all
         necessary materials required to complete the electrical installation as described in this


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        specification and accompanying drawings and schedules. This should include for the
        supply, delivery to site, offloading, storage, protection, fixing and final installation,
        inspection, testing, commissioning of the system and removal of all debris from site upon
        completion.

        The positions of equipment shown on drawings etc, are approximate, final positions shall
        be determined on site and / or agreed with the Contract Supervisor where required.

   2.6. Regulations

        All installations shall be carried out in full compliance with the latest edition of The IEE
        Wiring Regulations, Health and Safety at Work Act, all relevant British Standard
        specifications and Codes of Practice. The whole installation shall be carried out to the
        entire satisfaction of the Contract Supervisor.
        The Contractors attention is drawn to the relevant British Standards and Code of Practice
        with regard to segregation, cable-fixing spacing and defined cable routes. The Contractor
        shall take care to ensure cables are not routed adjacent to other services where Electro-
        Magnetic emissions may be being generated. This will apply to any internal cabling and
        cables installed within ducts.

        The Contractor shall confirm and report the minimum segregation distances from other
        services as specified by the equipment and cable manufacturer. Minimum bend radii
        regulations should also be observed and confirmed by cable manufacturers.

        The Contractor shall be aware of and comply with the latest European Commission
        regulations regarding emission/radiation from electronic equipment. All equipment shall
        be “CE” approved and marked.

        All equipment, hardware and software, shall be fully ‘year 2010’ compliant. The
        Contractor shall include all necessary certificates to show full compliance within the
        O&M manuals.

   2.7. Discrepancies

        This specification shall be read in conjunction with any relevant drawings and schedules.
        The Contractor shall include in his tender, all items shown or requested. In the event of
        any discrepancy between drawings, specification and schedules, the Contractor shall
        inform the Contract Supervisor in writing, with or prior to his tender submission. Any
        claim for items specified but not shown on drawings, or vice versa, or due to lack of
        information, will not be considered after the date of tender submission.

   2.8. Builders Works

        The Contractor shall carry out all builders work necessary to complete the installations
        and shall fully restore all surfaces disrupted during the course of the works.




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   2.9. Clearing of Site

        Upon completion of his works at individual locations the Contractor shall remove all
        debris and surplus materials from site. Also during the course of carrying out
        installations, the sites will be cleared of all debris on a regular basis so as not to unduly
        disrupt the environment of the premises or area.

   2.10 Labelling & Engraving

        All installed items of equipment need to be identified and shall be clearly labelled stating
        their particular function and supply circuit information. Labels shall consist of laminated
        white/black/white, or white/red/white as applicable, trifoliate etc. The use of adhesive to
        fix labels shall not be permitted in external locations. 230 Volt danger labels shall also be
        fitted to items of equipment where applicable. Labelling shall extend to control room
        equipment such as monitors, DVR’s etc.

        Control Room Cabling will be labelled using marked colour coded collars.

   2.11 Testing

        All installations shall be fully tested in accordance with this specification and the latest
        Edition of the IEE Wiring Regulations. The Contractor shall provide all testing
        instruments and appliances necessary to carry out such tests including:-

        Insulation resistance
        Continuity of all circuits
        Polarity
        Earth loop impedance

        A complete record of all tests shall be submitted to the Contract Supervisor in
        accordance with certification as described in the IEE Regulations.

   2.12 Earthing & Bonding

        The complete electrical installation and all equipment connected thereto shall be earthed
        in conformity with the IEE Wiring Regulations (especially Chapter 54) and the
        Electricity Supply Authority.

        All extraneous fixed metalwork simultaneously accessible to any part of the electrical
        works shall be provided with supplementary equipotential bonding.

        Supplementary bonds shall be of cross-sectional area not less than that of the smallest
        cross sectional area of circuit protective conductor to the exposed conductive parts,
        subject to a minimum of 2.5 mm2, if mechanically protected, and 4 mm2 if no protection
        is provided.




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        The metal framework of all equipment on which apparatus is mounted shall be provided
        with supplementary equipotential bonding. Bonding connections are to be made as
        unobtrusively as possible.

        Bonding connections to extraneous metalwork shall be made where necessary by
        extending the conduit system to a convenient point adjacent to the metalwork and
        terminating the conduit with a circular BS box. A green/yellow insulated circuit
        protective conductor shall be taken from this point via stuffing gland and bonded to the
        extraneous metalwork with a boss or terminal.

        For each pole-mounted camera, requiring an air terminal or cage for lightning protection,
        the Contractor shall supply, install and test an earth rod(s) positioned adjacent to the
        pole. The earth pit cover will be fixed with anti-tamper screws.

        The overall earth loop impedance for each earth rod installation (prior to bonding to the
        main earth bar) shall be less than 10 ohms (in accordance with BS 7671, IEE Wiring
        Regulation and BS 6651). The Contractor shall test installation upon completion and
        provide a test certificate for each pole; the Contract Supervisor shall be invited to witness
        all tests.

        The Contractor shall retest all installations approx. 6 months after the initial tests to
        ensure that earth loop impedance is below 10 ohms in all weather conditions. Should
        any installation fail then the Contractor will employ an approved method of reducing the
        soil resistivity. The type and embedded depth of an electrode shall be such that soil
        drying or freezing will not increase its resistance above the required value. The earth rod
        shall be connected to the main pole earthing point by a PVC earth cable. Earth rods shall
        be copper bond and shall be installed using a driving stud.

        Each pole shall have a minimum 1000 mm long, 15 mm diameter air terminal fitted to
        the camera mounting plate or fixed to the pole, to provide a 45o cone of protection over
        the entire pole installation.

        The down conductor from the air terminal to the earth rod shall be by 25 mm x 3m PVC
        covered copper tape. The pole may be used as a down conductor but all joints, other than
        welded construction shall have suitably sized PVC covered flexible copper bonding
        straps fitted across the joints. Bonding straps shall be fitted such that they are not
        accessible to vandals etc.

        Excessive drilling of earth tapes or other operations which reduce the effective cross-
        sectional area of the tape shall not be permitted.

        The Tenderer shall include for testing the continuity of all metal pipe work services to
        ensure that they are electrically connected to main equipotential bonding connections. In
        cases where reliable continuity cannot be ensured, supplementary bonds shall be
        installed.




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   2.13 Site Visits

        The Contractor is free to visit monitoring and camera sites, however, they should be
        accompanied and arrangement should be made with the Purchaser as soon as possible.

   2.14 Working Hours

         Some of the works and installations may need to be carried out outside of normal
         working hours due to the nature of business activities or for the street works licence and
         traffic restrictions. The contractor shall make due allowance for any such out of hours
         working. As most work is close to residential areas, due consideration should be given
         resulting in no undue disturbance to residents.

   2.15 Programme

         As mentioned in the Instruction to Tenderer the successful contractor shall prepare and
         issue his practical programme of intended installations within one week of receiving an
         order and prior to any works starting on site.

         This programme shall be approved by the Contract Supervisor and used to monitor
         progress throughout the works. The Contractor will continually update this programme
         including any revisions caused by outside influences, lack of proposed access etc.

         It is the Contractor's responsibility to make necessary arrangements for access for his
         workpeople, giving reasonable notice of his intention to carry out the installations.

   2.16 Power Supplies

          For all camera locations, power supplies for the CCTV equipment shall be derived from
          the local power distribution unit located in the pole base or in the adjacent street
          cabinet.

   2.17 Training

          Full operator training will take place on each of the sub systems. Allowance should be
          made for the operators shift patterns and at lease two sessions.

   2.18 Documentation

          The Contractor shall produce and provide the Purchaser with two sets of operating
          instructions and comprehensive descriptive brochures for all electrical, mechanical and
          other appliances and equipment installed by The Contractor.

          These documents must be handed to the Purchaser before acceptance of the system.

          Final documentation shall include:

                 Functional Design Specification


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                Operators Manual
                Hardware Manual
                Complete Camera / Receiver Wiring Diagrams (as built)
                Complete System Schematic
                Maintenance and Routine Servicing Manual
                Certification and Commissioning test schedules and data




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 3. Technical Specification

   3.1. The Works

        As described in the previous section, the works can be separated out in to 6
        complimentary sub-sections for the Supply, Installation and Commissioning. The sub
        sections are the Management Suite Fit-Out, Integrated Control Room Management
        System, Closed Circuit Television System, Digital Video Recording System, Automatic
        Number Plate Recognition System and the Communications Network.

   3.2. Management Suite Fit-Out

       3.2.1. Overview

               The new CCTV system will be installed in the existing High Peaks CCTV
               Control Room. The existing furniture will need to be modified in order that the
               new equipment can be easily accommodated and the efficient running of the
               facility maintained.

               The new Control Room will include the following facilities;

               Control Room
               Operator Console for 2 operators
               Supervisor Console for 1 operator / supervisor
               GUI and Spot Monitors for all operators
               Monitor wall with 30 monitors

               Equipment Room
               Equipment Rack Cabinets
               DVR Recording Equipment
               Video Switching Matrix
               Rugby Time Clock / Interface
               PTZ control Interface(s)
               UPS

               CCTV Review Room
               DVR Review Station PC

               A suitable quotation for the modifications to the Control Room furniture can be
               obtained from Intech Furniture Ltd. Contact Peter Booth on 0161 4771919.

       3.2.2. Control Room

               The existing CCTV Control Room at High Peaks, Derbyshire provides for
               efficient CCTV monitoring of approximately 32 Town Centre CCTV cameras.




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               There are 2 operator and 1 operator/supervisor desk positions which are to be
               maintained but modified were necessary to accept the proposed new control
               system equipment.

               The existing monitor wall currently houses 16 No. 19” LCD monitors which were
               a recent replacement for obsolete 21” CRT monitors. The wall is to be modified
               such that an additional 14 x 19” LCD monitors can be accommodated.

               The new wall layout will be such that all monitors are easily visible and without
               glair or apparent image distortion.

               All new screens will be capable of showing 4 cameras in a quad format. All new
               screens are to be cabled to the equipment room.

               A compartmented containment trunking will be installed to the rear of the console
               to allow for power distribution and signal cabling. Trunking may also be required
               from the console to the equipment room to carry the necessary signal cables.

       3.2.3. Equipment Room

               All new CCTV System control equipment required for the High Peaks Control
               Room will be mounted in dedicated equipment racks within the Equipment Room.

               The equipment will be mounted in a suitable 600 x 800 Rack Cabinet with 19”
               racking front and back. The cabinet will have forced ventilation and steel side
               panels with doors front and rear. Sufficient circulation space shall be provided
               around the cabinet.

               There is an existing UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) located in the equipment
               room. It shall be established by the contractor if this UPS can be used to feed the
               new equipment in the event of a mains failure. Any new equipment feeds cannot
               affect the existing shutdown / support arrangements for the existing equipment. If
               the existing UPS cannot be used a suitable new UPS shall be provided to ensure
               mains filtering, a minimum of 30 minutes system support and provide a clean shut
               down of all digital equipment.

               A safety factor of 25% spare capacity shall be allowed in the calculations and this
               shall be demonstrated to the client’s representative.

               Suitable air conditioning may need to be added with a fail safe second unit. The
               Tenderer should check that the system will be sufficient to maintain the specified
               equipment at the manufacturers recommended temperature levels. Where this is
               not the case it is the Tenderers responsibility to ensure that the correct levels of
               cooling are met and maintained.

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   3.3. Integrated Control Room Management System

       3.3.1. Overview

               An ICMS will be installed to manage the CCTV and Digital Recording System. It
               will include the following facilities;

                      Graphical User Interface Positions (one per operator)
                      CCTV Operators Keyboard & Joystick
                      Digital Video Recorder Interface
                      Monitor Wall Interface
                      Rugby Clock Interface
                      Management and Audit Facilities

       3.3.2. Performance Specification

               The GUI positions will have the following functionality:

                  Information & Events Panel.

                   A fixed area for information interchange displaying time & date, presently
                   selected camera, presently selected monitor, presently logged on user, system
                   arbitration announcements, control requests, incoming alarms, incoming
                   faults, incoming help-point calls etc.
                  Function buttons panel.

                   A fixed function button area will feature commonly used functions on the
                   main screen combined with user programmable buttons that let individuals
                   tailor their own environments. The system manager will be able to assign
                   functions and devices to operators to ensure users have appropriate rights to
                   the system.

                  Mapping and Navigation panel.

                   A mapping area panel providing a graphical representation of the camera areas
                   using the provided mapping images. The mapping area shall be a drill down
                   and hyperlink mapping approach to enable easy navigation on any
                   geographical location basis. Navigation of the mapping panel shall be via
                   directional arrows to direct motion in the desired direction and an UP button
                   returns the map to the upper next high level until the original overview map is
                   displayed. Zooming in of the mapping panel is achieved by selecting the area
                   of the map you wish to view to enable icon selection. The Mapping panels
                   allow for selection of devices and functions via icons. These shall include, but
                   are not limited to, the selection of Cameras, Cameras Presets, Alarm points,
                   barriers, Car parks and sub-maps etc.

                   The available buttons will enable access to the: -



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                                Direct camera selection screen.
                                Monitor Wall control panel.
                                Spot monitor selection panel.
                                Camera function panel.

                Menu Functions

                   The following features will be available to the operators via the menu
                   system or directly via the user assignable buttons.

                                Go To Presets to access to go to preset screen.
                                View Faults to view the registered current fault database.
                                View Incidents to access the current incident log.
                                Follow Me to access the follow me monitor panel to provide easy
                                 routing of current selected cameras to additional monitor.
                                PTZ to provided on-screen Pan, Tilt Zoom & Focus control.
                                Any Camera to provided manual selection of cameras and
                                 monitors via an on-screen number pad.
                                Contacts to display the list of contacts with details of telephone
                                 numbers etc.
                                Camera Info to display presently selected camera additional
                                 information.
                                Change Password to enable the current user to change their
                                 password.
                                Reset User Buttons to clear the user buttons to enable
                                 reassignment.

                  Camera Selection

                   As a minimum it shall be possible to select operator cameras via the following
                   methods:
                           On screen geographic system mapping.
                           On screen direct call buttons, one per camera.
                           Navigator Joystick
                           On screen number pad.
                           Automated via system Macros and Alarms.

                Monitor Wall

                   The Monitor Wall Display will be controlled via the Monitor Panel Screen.
                   This will enable the selection of pre-programmed display arrangements and
                   will include Quad image control and/or sequence control

                  Macros & Tours

                   The TSC system will have the ability to program macros in order to provide a
                   means to automating system functions. Amongst many other functions these
                   will enable the implementation of camera-preset tours and monitor sequences.


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                   Operator joystick control can also be recorded in the macro system. A System
                   Tour feature will enable the Random control of required cameras to random
                   defined preset and dwell time ranges.

                  Priority

                   There must be different levels of hierarchical control priority system in
                   order to provide control arbitration between operators. This will inhibit
                   control requests from lower priority sources. Operators at an equal or
                   lower priority to a camera already under control, locked or in incident
                   mode shall be informed via their event panel that the camera is already
                   under control/locked and by which operator. They will then have the
                   ability to request control of that camera via the available event panel control
                   button. The controlling operator may optionally grant this. This system will
                   control arbitration with informed feed back to the operators.

                  Security System, Database and Event Logging

                   The System will provide the following minimum functionality:

                               Operator log-on to provided unique operator identity and security.
                               Automatic operator log-out facility based on non-operator activity
                                 timer.
                               The logging of all camera control commands from any Client
                                 connected to the system.
                               The logging of all user/operator activity to a central database.
                               In-depth reporting facilities to included the compilation of
                                 reports for Incidents, Alarms, Faults, User logging failure, User
                                 session summaries, System Activity including any programming
                                 and setup alterations and Camera activity.
                               All reports must be in xml and/or html format and displayed
                                 within Internet Explores via custom style sheets.
                               All reports shall be exportable to enable further analyses via
                                 Microsoft Excel and Access applications.

       3.3.3. Rugby Clock Interface

               To ensure that all equipment controlled by the Command & Control Management
               System is synchronised to the correct time a Rugby Clock and interface will form
               part of the system.

               The equipment to be synchronised will include but not be limited to the following;

                                 Touch Screen Systems
                                 Switching Matrix / Controller
                                 Digital Video Recording & Management System
                                 ANPR Systems



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       3.3.4 Police Station Output

               It is a requirement of the tender that the reviewing of CCTV recordings is carried
               out in the High Peaks control facility (the data managers). However, due to the
               distance between the Leek Police Station and the control room it is not feasible for
               officers to collect video tapes / DVD evidence. It is therefore necessary for the
               ICMS to enable the following to take place in the Police Station;

                  Remote viewing of live CCTV incidents
                  Remote viewing of CCTV incident recordings
                  Remote Recording of viewed images on VCR Cassette
                  Remote burning of CD / DVD discs

             Due to the restrictions of the data protection act it should NOT be possible for the
             Police to have direct access to the new recording system from the Police Station in
             Leek. In order for the police to view an incident recording an official request will be
             made to the High Peaks control room. An operator will then locate the incident on
             the Digital Recording System and play the evidence for the police to review
             remotely at the police station in Leek. If the evidence the officer has reviewed is
             needed for further investigation another official request shall be made and the
             evidence shall be exported directly to a CD / DVD burner in the Police Station.

             Internal cabling within the Police Station will be agreed with the client prior to
             installation.

       3.3.5 Council Offices

              Management of the system will also be available via a remote link to Staffordshire
              Moorlands District Council offices (incident, fault, management records etc).

   3.4. Closed Circuit Television System

       3.4.1. Video Switching Matrix / Controller

               Overview

               The Video Switching Matrix / Controllers will provide the operator with selection
               control of all the cameras on the system. From the operator Keyboard or GUI it
               will be possible to select any camera video input and show that picture on the
               Monitor Wall Display or on the Operators Spot Monitor.

               Performance Specification

               Switcher / Controllers

                  The microprocessor-based matrix switcher/controller system must provide full
                   integration of video switching and control of camera sites having fixed or



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                   variable speed pan/tilts or domes. The integration must be automatic where
                   selection of camera site control must follow video switching.

                  All configuration and user programmed information must be held in non-
                   volatile memory to prevent mechanical problems associated with continuous
                   access of information from floppy discs and the like. Retention of all user-
                   programmed information must not be affected by loss of power and the system
                   shall “reboot” automatically and begin functioning normally upon restoration
                   of power. Start-up shall not require any operator intervention.

                  This matrix controller/switcher system must be capable of receiving and
                   controlling up to 96 independent video signals and routing these signals to any
                   of up to 32 video outputs. This function must be done without degradation to
                   the quality of the video signal.

                  The complete video processing from video input to video output shall provide
                   a signal gain of unity (within 1.0 dB) and a differential phase of 1.5° or less.
                   All monitor outputs must be AC coupled allowing no DC voltage onto the
                   video output signal. The video signal tilt can not exceed 0.5 percent.

                  All control parameters and system programming shall be provided by, but not
                   limited to, the system keyboards. To limit user access to the matrix system,
                   password log-on protection for up to 64 users shall be provided. To increase
                   user flexibility or restriction, eight programmable levels of priority must be
                   provided for each user’s password.

                  All programming functions shall be protected from unauthorized access via a
                   key-operated switch (with a removable key) or system lock out password. For
                   programming purposes, user friendly on-screen menus must be displayed
                   through a program monitor output. All features must be programmable without
                   the use of an external computer.

                   On-Screen Monitor Display

                Each system output must provide field programmable on-screen display of site
                 number and title, video input number and title, time, date, camera and monitor
                 status. Each on-screen monitor display must provide horizontal and vertical
                 positioning and brightness control ranging from white to black. All characters
                 displayed must be white with black outline to enhance readability.

                Each system output must provide the ability to turn off camera ID number,
                 title display and time/date. The four-digit camera ID number must be field
                 programmable regardless of the camera’s physical input in to the matrix
                 system (pseudo number). The camera title must consist of a minimum of 16
                 alphanumeric characters.

                   Field selectable formats of the date display shall be MM/DD/YY,
                   DD/MM/YY or YY/MM/DD.


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                   The monitor display shall show the keyboard number or user number in
                   situations where a higher priority keyboard or user has control of a camera or
                   has locked a camera.

                   Tours

                   The matrix switching system shall support an individual monitor tour
                   (sequence) for each and every video output. The monitor tour shall consist of
                   up to 64 entries. Each entry may have an associated video input and dwell
                   time.

                   The matrix switching system shall also support up to 64 universal tours. Each
                   universal tour shall consist of up to 64 entries. Each entry may have an
                   associated video input, Preset, Pattern, and/or auxiliary action. Video inputs
                   may be included in the same tour multiple times. Alternatively, a salvo or tour
                   can be substituted for the video input number to allow sequences of more than
                   64 entries. The operator must be able to manually step through the tour, stop
                   the tour or run the tour forward or in reverse.

                   All tour information will reside in non-volatile memory. Tours may also be
                   called automatically via a programmable seven-day timer. A minimum of
                   thirty-five user-programmable time slots, independently programmable for
                   each of seven days, must be provided.
                   Partitioning

                  The matrix switcher/controller system must allow for system partitioning
                   preventing unauthorized access.

                  Minimum parameters for partitioning shall be keyboard-to-monitor access,
                   camera-to-monitor access, keyboard-to-camera view access and keyboard-to-
                   camera control access.

                   Camera Site Control

                  The matrix switcher/controller system shall provide a minimum of one 125
                   kbps high speed data port for sending video switching and camera site control
                   code to a code distributor. Code distributors supporting all of different dome
                   protocols used in the town centre system shall be provided.

                   Video Loss

                The matrix design shall provide the option for a video loss detection module
                 for sensing video inputs for video loss detection. This optional feature must be
                 integral to the video switching bays, and must automatically set the
                 appropriate threshold level for video loss detection. The matrix
                 switcher/controller system, upon video loss, must provide status via an RS-
                 232 port. The minimum information supplied on the port shall be date/time of


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                   video loss, camera number that lost video, status of video signal, status of
                   sync, and video loss detection mode.

                   Power

                  The matrix switcher/controller system must be capable of operating to full
                   specification from an applied voltage of 230 VAC (10 %) for “X” models at
                   a frequency of 50/60 Hertz. For switcher bays, the power consumption cannot
                   exceed 60 watts per bay with all functions operating.

       3.4.2   Installation

               The units will be rack mounted in suitable 600 x 800 or 600 x 1000 Rack Cabinets
               depending on equipment depth with 19” racking front and back. Each cabinet will
               have forced ventilation and steel side panels with doors front and rear. The units
               will be cabled in mini coaxial cable with suitable BNC connectors. Each cable
               will be marked at the termination point with the type circuit number.

       3.4.3 Video Distribution

               In order that each of the video processing systems receives the best quality signal
               it will be necessary to install Video Distribution Amplifiers. These units will be 16
               input rack mounted and will provide at least 2 video outputs for every video input.
               The outputs will feed the following;

               1. Video Switching Matrix
               2. Digital Recording System

       3.4.4 Operator Position Monitors

               Overview

               The operator position monitors will be VESA mounted on adjustable arms
               supported from the console. Each operator position will have 2 No. 17” TFT
               monitors.

               Description

               High resolution 17-inch LCD multi-mode monitors, capable of 1024x768 (XGA)
               display and auto-sensing NTSC/PAL input.

               Performance Specification

               The LCD monitors shall provide an active matrix display capable of displaying
               high-resolution analogue computer signals up to 1280 x 1024 pixels for 17-inch
               model at 50 Hz.




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               The display must automatically adapt to the appropriate input resolution. The LCD
               monitors must automatically detect and display all inputs, including composite
               NTSC/PAL video or computer signals. The LCD monitors must offer looping
               inputs for S-Video (Y/C) or BNC type connections

               The LCD monitor must be capable of displaying a maximum of 16.7 million
               colours.

               The 17-inch LCD monitor must provide a viewing angle of ± 75° (horizontal) or ±
               70° (vertical). The 17-inch LCD monitor must provide a tilt of -5° to 20°, a
               contrast ratio of 400:1, a brightness of 430 cd/m2, and a response time of 25msec.

               Each model must include a VESA compliant mounting holes. In addition, VESA
               compliant mounting accessories must be available to mount the LCD monitors in
               rack, wall or pole applications.

               The monitor must include a universal power supply, allowing it to be compatible
               with a voltage range of 100 - 240 VAC (50/60 Hz). Power consumption must not
               exceed 45 watts.

               The monitor must contain a latching power switch which remains in the set
               position, either on or off, regardless of incoming power status. This means that
               the unit does not have to be physically turned back on after a power loss.

               The LCD monitor shall provide on-screen display (OSD) for adjusting monitor
               settings including brightness, contrast, auto adjust, phase clock, horizontal
               position, vertical position, sharpness, and colour temperature.

               The monitor must be able to operate to full specifications within the normal
               temperature range of 10° to 40° C (50° to 104° F) and a storage temperature range
               of -20° to 60° C (-4° to 113° F).

       3.4.5 Monitor Wall TFT Monitors

               Overview

               The Monitor Wall will be upgraded to accept 30 x 19” high resolution TFT
               monitors detailed as follows;

               Description

               High brightness, high contrast 19-inch multi-input LCD flat-panel monitors with
               high visual clarity and an LCD response time of 16 ms. A 3D de-interlace function
               provides clear motion quality. Multiple looping inputs/outputs include: 2 looping
               BNC, looping Y/C, 2 looping audio and      D-sub 15-pin connections. Available
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               Performance Specification
               The monitor shall have a 50.80 cm (19 inch) diagonal, flat-square active matrix
               TFT LCD screen with 800 × 600 resolution and anti-scratch, anti- reflective shield.
               The screen shall have a wide viewing angle of 160°, vertical and horizontal. LCD
               response time shall be 16 ms.

               The monitor must accept PAL signals, and must feature an auto-detect function to
               identify the input signal and switch modes automatically. TV System PAL shall
               have 625 lines, 50 fields per second.

               The monitor shall be powered at 96–256 VAC 60/50 Hz via AC adapter. Power
               consumption must not exceed 51 watts.

               The monitor must contain a latching power switch that remains in the set position,
               either on or off, regardless of incoming power status, ensuring that the unit does
               not have to be physically turned back on after a power loss.

               The monitor must have the following inputs/outputs: two looping BNC, two
               looping Y/C video (SVHS), two RCA audio. The video inputs must have auto-
               termination circuitry.

               The monitor will feature 3D de-interlace function to ensure clear motion quality.

               All user OSD menu controls, including Power, Adjust, Item, Menu, and Source
               shall be conveniently located on the front panel. Monitor shall also be operated via
               hand-held remote control device. The monitor shall include a control button lock-
               out via the OSD to avoid tampering. The monitor must also have an indicator light
               for power and an indicator light for standby mode.

               A 12-volt regulated power output jack shall allow a standard 12-volt camera to be
               attached.

               The monitor shall have selectable colour temperature for 6500/9300 K.

               The monitor must be able to operate to full specifications within the normal
               temperature range of 10 C to 40 C (32 F to 104 F).

       3.4.6 CCTV Outstations

               Overview

               As mentioned previously there will be 3 categories of CCTV camera outstation on
               the installation. They are;


                   Staffordshire Moorland’s – The existing Town Centre Dome CCTV cameras
                   that are to be migrated on to the new system.



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                   New Staffordshire Moorland’s – The new system Dome Cameras to be
                   installed to provide additional surveillance of the Town centre areas.

                   New Staffordshire Moorland’s ANPR – The new ANPR Capable Cameras
                   that will be used for normal CCTV surveillance and for specialist ANPR use.

               The requirements for each camera will be identified in the camera schedule. This
               will include the performance requirements in relation to the HOSDB which will
               take prescience over any specified equipment.


               Category 1 – Staffordshire Moorlands Dome Cameras (note: the camera number on
               the left is a count and the camera number following the word camera is the number used on the current
               system(s)

               All existing cameras are to be linked to the new control facility at High Peaks.

               Town Centre [Leek]

               1. Camera 40 Sited on Corner of no. 1 Market Place
               2. Camera 39 Sited at Corner of no. 12 Market Place and Derby Street
               3. Camera 38 Sited on no. 32/34 Derby Street
               4. Camera 37 Sited on Telephone Exchange building St Edward Street
               5. Camera 36 Sited at Vicarage Road car park
               6. Camera 35 Sited at Market Street near junction with Silk Street
               7. Camera 34 Sited adjacent to War Memorial, Fountain Street
               8. Camera 33 Sited at corner of Bus Station entrance and Leonard Street
               9. Camera 32 Sited at Brook Street car park
               10. Camera 42 Sited in Smithfield Shopping Precinct
               11. Camera 41 Sited on Silk Street car park

               Town Centre [Cheadle]

               12. Camera 58 Sited at Tape Street Car Park
               13. Camera 59 Sited on no. 47 High St.
               14. Camera 60 Sited at junction of High St. and Leek Rd.
               15. Camera 61 Sited outside Catholic Guildhall Tape St.
               16. Camera 62 Sited at no. 26 High St.
               17. Camera 63 Sited at corner of Church St and High St.
               18. Camera 64 Sited at Tape St Car Park

               Town Centre [Biddulph]

               19. Camera 22 Sited on corner of no. 84 High St.
               20. Camera 23 Sited on corner of no. 65 High St.
               21. Camera 24 Sited on corner of no. 34 High St.
               22. Camera 27 Sited at Wharf Road Car Park
               23. Camera 25 Sited adjacent to War Memorial High St.
               24. Camera 26 Sited at corner of Kingsfield Road and Lawton St.


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               25. Camera 28 Sited at front of English Martyrs RC Primary School, St John’s Rd
               26. Camera 29 Sited at rear of Town Hall John St.

               Village Scheme

               27. Camera 1 Werrington. Sited in Washerwall Lane by school fence.
               28. Camera 2 Cheddleton. Sited at Community Centre at junction with Ostlers
                   Lane and Hollow Lane
               29. Camera 3 Blythe Bridge. Sited in paved area opposite Arnolds on the western
                   side of Cheadle Road at junction with Uttoxeter Road.
               30. Camera 4 Forsbrook. Sited outside no. 42 Cheadle Road
               31. Camera 5 Brown Edge. Sited at Keith’s Workshop in High Lane

               The village cameras are at present connected via a dial up and the Tenderer is to
               include for upgrading these cameras to operate over ADSL circuits. The existing
               internet connection at the High Peaks control room does not have sufficient
               bandwidth to provide acceptable download speeds and thus images. Therefore a
               new / alternative internet connection with a minimum download speed of 3.0Mb
               will be required. It is the Tenderers responsibility to include for this facility.

               Category 2 - New Staffordshire Moorlands CCTV Cameras

               There will be 4 new CCTV cameras. They will be located as follows; (camera
               numbers are not consecutive)

               Town Centre [Leek]

               33. High Street Car Park with view back along towards the market square.

               Town Centre [Cheadle]

               38. Entrance to Somerfield Car Park.
               39. South Moorlands Leisure Centre. View of car park and front of building

               Town Centre [Biddulph]

               41. Biddulph Leisure Centre. Camera on corner of building viewing children’s
                   play area and car park.

               Category 3 – New Staffordshire Moorlands ANPR Cameras

               There will be 5 new ANPR capable cameras. They will be located as follows;
               (camera numbers are not consecutive)

               Town Centre [Leek]

               32. Top (Mill St/Church St end) of St Edward Street. View down Church St/Mill
                   Street and St Edward St required.


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               34. Bottom of St Edward St at junction of Brook St and Broad Street. View along
                   all four roads
               35. Junction of Ball Haye St and Buxton Road (ANPR). View down all four roads
                   at cross roads required.

               Town Centre [Cheadle]

               37. Roundabout at junction of Chapel Street/Tape street. View along major roads
                   at the junction

               Town Centre [Biddulph]

               40. Knypersley: junction of Tunstall Road, Park Lane and Meadowside. View
                   down to Knypersley Sports Club and along roads at cross roads.

       3.4.7 Outstation Upgrade Works

               Some of the existing cameras named above may need to be modified or upgraded
               to meet the requirements of the new scheme. It is the responsibility of the
               contractor to survey all camera positions and provide a dilapidation report,
               detailing upgrades / modifications, recommendations including details cost against
               each camera location. It shall be the contractor’s responsibility to maintain the
               new system from the time the contract is awarded and also to take over the
               existing camera maintenance from a date to be agreed.

       3.4.8 Existing BT Transmission

               The contractor shall be responsible for surveying the cable and transmission
               equipment currently installed. Where required [Britannia Building Society] the
               contractor shall include for the removal of equipment and cabling and the
               relocation of such and/or the decommissioning and relocation of circuits and all
               associated works to reinstate the signal cables with the absolute minimum of
               interference.

               The existing street cabinets and connecting ducts will remain the property of BT
               and connecting in to those cabinets / ducts will not be possible without
               consultation with BT.

               Where the existing BT cabinet is located within a business premises the video /
               data cables from the camera will be extended outside and connected to a new
               cabinet. The contractor shall be responsible for all works including management
               and making good.

               A new mains 230 volt supply and distribution may need to be installed within the
               cabinet. This shall be the responsibility of the contractor.

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               High-speed programmable dome with high resolution DSP with Day (colour) and
               Night (black and white) camera modes. Day and Night mode controlled by the
               removal of an infrared filter. Electronic Image Stabilization compensates for
               physical movement and vibration of the dome. It will have 35X optical zoom and
               230X total zoom capability.

               The dome assembly must be comprised of a high-speed pan/tilt assembly, high-
               resolution Day (colour) or Night (black and white) Mode camera with 230X zoom.
               The 230X zoom is to be achieved with no less than a 35X optical zoom lens with
               up to 10X digital zoom magnification. Electronic Image Stabilization feature
               provides stable images when the dome is subjected to mechanical oscillation or
               vibration. The camera/lens assembly must provide for continuous, full-time auto
               focus.

               The pan mechanism must incorporate a sealed precision slip ring to provide 360
               of continuous pan rotation. The tilt mechanism must provide for 110 travel.
               Precise manual panning and tilting must be achievable through a combination of
               variable speed operator control (speed ranges) and automatic adjustment of these
               speed ranges dependent upon zoom factor. Pan and Tilt speeds must range from
               0.25 to 100 per second. Pan and tilt preset positions must be obtained at a speed
               of 220 per second. High-speed, DC servo motors must be used to maintain high
               torque through the entire operating range. These motors must use pulse width
               modulation and encoder feedback to control the acceleration, speed, and
               deceleration of the motors to ensure smooth, precise, accurate and fluid
               movement. The design shall use direct drive motors and no belt to ensure long
               term reliable operation.

               The dome assembly shall contain a built-in multi-protocol receiver/driver for use
               with the video matrix switcher / controller.

               The dome shall support 96 Presets 16 Patterns and 16 Preset Sequences. The dome
               shall also support a Home Position that automatically returns the dome    to   a
               Preset, Pattern or Preset Sequence after a specified period of inactivity, 1-60
               minutes. A freeze frame function must be available that maintains a static image
               on-screen during dome movement and lens adjustment when presets and patterns
               are called.

               The dome must support a minimum of eight privacy zones to prevent users from
               viewing sensitive or secured areas. So as not to interfere with normal surveillance
               operations, these on-screen “shields” must block out only the area that has been
               defined as sensitive. The privacy zones should not cause the screen to blank out
               when the sensitive area is within the camera’s field of view. On the monitor, the
               privacy zones should appear larger or smaller depending on the camera’s zoom
               factor.

               The camera shall be a ¼-inch CCD interline transfer device. Day (colour) Mode
               shall provide a minimum horizontal resolution of 470 lines with a usable   video
               signal with a scene illumination of better than 0.5 Lux (20 IRE with AGC on) and


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               0.03 Lux (with an open shutter selection of 1/4 sec). Night (black and white)
               Mode shall provide a minimum horizontal resolution of 470 lines with a usable
               video signal with a scene illumination of 0.01 Lux (20 IRE with AGC on) and
               0.009 Lux (with an open shutter selection of 1/4 sec).

               The lens must be a colour corrected and must have continuous auto focus with
               manual override. The lens must also have auto-iris with manual iris override. The
               auto focus and auto iris resume settings shall be configurable via on-screen menu
               settings.

               Upon initial power up and after dome resets, diagnostic tests must be run,
               including communication loopback, camera loopback, and motor circuit tests.
               The results of these tests must be displayable on the monitor. After initialization,
               the dome shall automatically pan, tilt and zoom to its previous position.

       3.4.11 Description New Staffordshire Moorlands ANPR Cameras

               A PTZ (Pan Tilt & Zoom) with separate high quality Camera module, IR
               Corrected Lens, Housing and Pan & Tilt Head. The camera will have remote setup
               control such that the shutter speed and day / night mode can be varied from the
               control room [ANPR mode set up].

                  Camera Module Specification

                   ½" Colour / Mono CCD camera with C or CS mount.
                   540 TVL Resolutions
                   Remote Colour / Mono Override
                   Remote Shutter Speed Adjustment
                   The camera will be IR responsive.
                   Sensitivity Range - 0.3:100,000
                   LuxVideo Signal - 1.0 V pp (2:1 Interlaced)
                   Signal/Noise Ratio - >> (better than 43dB)

                   Image Processing - all ANPR cameras shall include at least one system of
                   image processing. At least one will take the form of an intensity variation
                   compensation circuit such that when high intensity differences are observed in
                   a scene, the variation shall be diminished by limiting the high intensities and
                   enhancing the lower intensities. This would ordinarily apply to night time
                   situations but can occur in bright sunlit conditions.

                   Where a camera is used with an electronic shutter, some method should be
                   provided to limit the effective shutter speed to a pre-selected value when the
                   lens iris is under manual control.

                   The Contractor will be responsible for supplying the correct power supply to
                   the camera. Low voltage power supplies are required, either 12v DC or 24v
                   DC, and the Contractor is responsible for the supply and installation of the
                   supplies and all interconnecting cabling.


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                  Lenses

                   All lenses shall be ½” high quality glass lenses manufactured to tolerances
                   such that no optical distortion is evident. The Lens shall be IR corrected to
                   ensure there is no focus shift from day to night. The lens shall operate with IR
                   Illumination.

                   All lenses shall be of the C or CS type mount, to suit each individual camera.
                   The Contractor shall include for any spacers necessary to adapt a C mount lens
                   to a CS mount camera should that combination be chosen.

                   All irises shall normally open and close automatically, dependent on the
                   amount of light sensed at the lens (auto iris). The camera/lens combinations
                   shall reflect the type of iris control used.

                   There shall be an auto iris override control, which inhibits the automatic
                   operation of the iris when selected.

                   All lenses shall have presets in focus and zoom.

                   All lenses shall have high quality tracking such that once set up correctly the
                   camera remains in focus from minimum to maximum focal length, as long as
                   the light source type is unchanged. IR Corrected lenses should be used to
                   ensure there is no focus shift when the light levels change.

                   All lenses shall be typically selected from the range of focal lengths specified
                   and from the range of high quality lenses as follows: - Pentax & Fujinon. The
                   Contractor should provide information on lens manufacturer, model and focal
                   length chosen for each camera.

                   All lenses shall be suitable for the type of camera specified and the Contractor
                   should clarify his selection with the camera manufacturer. The successful
                   Contractor may also be required to demonstrate the selected camera/lens
                   combination prior to ordering.

                   The lens coating shall not cause any optical problem that creates either glare in
                   high or low-pressure sodium lighting or coloured surrounds to high-pressure
                   sodium lighting.

                  Pan/Tilt Heads

                   The ANPR cameras will also be used as general surveillance cameras and as
                   such will need a Pan and Tilt mechanism. The Pan/Tilt Head will have the
                   following requirements:-
                   The motor shall be variable speed with presets.
                   The maximum speed shall be more than 25 degrees per second.
                   The minimum speed shall be less than 1 degree per second.


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                   "PRESET" potentiometers, should be heavy duty and have a lifetime of in
                   excess of 1,000,000 turns.
                   The head shall have an IP65 rating.
                   Automatic positioning to "Presets" shall repeatedly position, and hold, to
                   within 1o.
                   The backlash of the gearbox should be within +/- 0.1o.
                   The combination of the variable speed control and any P/T Head breaking
                   mechanism shall eliminate any discernible judder when the speed is reduced
                   from maximum to stop by either manual or automatic control.
                   The head shall have a pan angle of +/- 185 degrees and a tilt angle of +60
                   degrees /-90 degrees.
                   The head shall be of the top mounting variety.

                  Camera Housings

                 The Contractor shall include for the following features;
                 All external housings shall be to IP65.
                 All housings shall be selected taking into account the size of the selected
                 lenses and the telemetry receiver, but shall be as small and unobtrusive as
                 possible.
                 All external housings shall be robust and vandal resistant.
                 All external housings shall be secure and should restrict access to maintenance
                 personnel only.
                 All external housings shall be provided with a wiper unit, which can be
                 operated remotely from the any operator workstation in the Control Room.
                 NB: No wash unit is required.
                 All external housings shall have an internal thermostatically controlled
                 demister heater.
                 The cable entry to the housing shall be at the rear section with purpose made
                 swivel joints.
                 The glass at the front of the housing shall be able to pass IR and not cause
                 warping or artefacts when the camera is in ANPR Mode.
                 All external housings shall not have any edge of the glass window exposed to
                 external light sources.
                 There shall be included IR lighting to enable the cameras to make ANPR reads
                 in low light conditions. The choice of IR illumination should match the
                 cameras field of view for ANPR.
                 LED IR illuminator should be used where possible, the contractor shall ensure
                 the wavelength and positioning does not contravene any Health and safety
                 regulations nor contravenes any Highways/road traffic legislation/regulations.
                Telemetry Receivers

                   The Contractor shall include for the following features;
                   Telemetry Receivers shall be camera housing mounted with Pre-Sets.

                   The Telemetry Receivers shall be complete with Text and Privacy scene
                   masking.



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                   An auxiliary power supply is to be used for control functionality at the camera
                   head.

       3.4.12   Installation

                All of the new CCTV cameras will be column mounted at 6 meters. The columns
                will be as specified and will be complete with pedestal mounting bracket for
                PTZ’s where appropriate.

                The cameras will be connected to the Communications Network as specified.
                Each camera shall transmit video / data to the CCTV Equipment Room. Note: the
                transmission lines shall be able to support Audio for future use.

                A new mains 230 volt supply and distribution will need to be installed within the
                column cabinet base

                At the Equipment room, suitable receivers will be installed to interface the signals
                on to the system. The receivers will be rack mount type and have common rack
                power supplies.

                All cameras and associated hardware shall be protected from theft, interference,
                physical and environmental damage, by the use of secure locking mechanisms and
                vandal resistant sealed enclosures.

                The final mounting position of all cameras and associated equipment shall be
                agreed with the Contract Supervisor.

                The Contractor shall be responsible for the quality of the video link from the
                camera position to the control equipment. The Contractor should allow for the
                type of transmission system best suited for the site and any equipment such as
                Earth Loop Transformers shall be supplied and installed.


       3.4.13 CCTV Mounting Columns

                All new cameras will be column mounted using WEC or Altron approved CCTV
                columns.

                The preferred column will be a cabinet base type with security door and mounting
                back plane for transmission equipment and mains distribution. The column base
                must have enough space in which to mount all electrics, therefore eliminating the
                need for a separate cabinet. All cabinet bases MUST be the sealed type.

                The pole mountings shall be as per the manufacturer's design and specification
                following the provision of maximum load information to the manufacturer, and
                the Contractor shall submit a detailed design for each pole mount to the Contract
                Supervisor for approval prior to installation.



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               The exact colour will be agreed with the Contract Supervisor when a contract is
               let. The Contractor shall also provide and install 2 No 100 mm ducts from the
               pole through the base. This shall be unless otherwise stated on the camera data
               sheets.

               The Contractor may if he wishes offer an equivalent alternative pole to the WEC
               or Altron series. This will be reviewed and may be accepted by the Contract
               Supervisor. The Contractor should, in the tender return sheets, include for the
               cost of poles as specified by the Contract Supervisor.

               All mountings, bolts, screws and any other fixing hardware shall be galvanised to
               BS729. They shall be firstly primed with one coat of calcium plumbate, followed
               by two coats of gloss/semi gloss air drying enamel.

               Mounting bolts will be concreted over once installation is completed to prevent
               the nuts being removed.

               All pole and cabinet bases will be sealed with a Bitumastic type sealant to prevent
               the ingress of water into the cabinet.

   3.5. Digital Video Recording System

       3.5.1. Overview

              All new and existing cameras are to be digitally recorded and accessed at the High
              Peaks CCTV facility.

              The recording system will be a state of the art Digital Recording solution which
              complies with British Standard 8495: 2007 and utilises the latest technology for
              hard drive storage. It will be an enterprise class solution that will enable high
              quality recording of all CCTV cameras images.

              The town centre cameras will all be continuously recorded at a minimum rate of
              12.5 frames per second and at a minimum resolution of 720 x 576 pixels.
              Recordings will be kept for a period of 31 days before being overwritten. Motion
              detection will not be used to control the recording profile.
              The facility and capacity of the system will enable the switching on alarm input of
              any camera in to a ‘real time’ 25 frames per second mode. For the purposes of this
              tender the Tenderer should allow for up to 24 hours of real time recording per 16
              camera inputs per month.
              All video footage that has been recording on the system must be able to be played
              back on the any operator workstation, the review PC workstation and at the Leek
              Police Station via request. (see ICMS specification)

              In addition all play back, setup and control provided by the Review workstations
              must be full integrated with the Advance Graphical User Interface to ensure the
              same level of operability.



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   3.6. ANPR System

       3.6.1. Overview

               The system will consist of 5 No. dual use CCTV Cameras that will be equipped
               with Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) capability.

               Each camera will be fed into an ANPR reader with a maximum number of readers
               per PC of 4.

               Access to the ANPR system will be via a PC browser located in the Leek police
               Station.

       3.6.2. Police Operator Interface

               The Police operator will access the ANPR system via browser software located on
               a PC in the Leek Police Station (location to be agreed). By contacting the High
               Peaks control room, the CCTV operators can position any of the 5 cameras as
               directed by the Police. Once in the correct position the ANPR system will begin
               to capture Number Plate information. Data and image files will be sent by a
               number of plate readers to the server system where they will be stored in a
               database.

               The Police operator will have a number of review facilities available to allow the
               database server to be searched for specification information, and the review
               system can be programmed to look for specific number plates and provide audible
               and visual alarm indication.

       3.6.3. Vehicle Enquiry Manager PC (VEM PC) or BOF2

               New vehicle Enquiry Manager PC’s (VEM PC) or BOF2 will be required to be
               installed at the Police Control Room or High Peak. The system may be connected
               to the Local Constabulary’s own WAN/LAN for connection to the Police PNC
               Server. Data from PNC will be passed to the Police control room via the X25
               Network in 2MB Zipped format. The Police control room would receive and
               automatically down load the PNC Vehicle Extract File. In addition operators may
               use the X Gate Server to gain access to the PNC 2 fast data base or both.
               The VEM PC software or BOF2 interface would need to be provided by Civica
               Ltd and/or other authorised vendor will need to be integrated in to the existing
               system. Some modification works will need to take place in order to
               accommodate the new system requirements. This should be considered as an
               addition.

       3.6.4. Operation

               An output of number plate information from the ANPR system shall be
               transferred via the local PNC access point at the police station to the VEM PC at


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               Police HQ by a 120 bit serial data connection. Each vehicle registration number
               (VRN) received by the VEM PC will be compared with either the PNC extract
               file or PNC 2 fast track database.
               If a positive match is made on the vehicle registration number (VRN) an audible
               alarm will be provided in the police control room. The VEM PCs will request the
               new ANPR System to provide an image of the vehicle registration plate as
               detected and which has generated the alarm status. Controllers at Police HQ can
               then make a visual comparison between the VRN’s from the ANPR system and
               local database information held on the VEM PC in secure format. The VEM PC
               will send a message across the serial link to the CCTV Control room with
               information about the vehicle that has initiated the alarm. The information sent
               by the VEM PC will be presented to the operator on his PC Screen, a subsequent
               voice message between the CCTV operator and police control room will validate
               the alarm where upon selection for the appropriate course of action can then take
               place by the police controller.

               The VEM will create daily log files of all VRN’s read by the system and all
               VRN’s that have activated and created an alarm status. The VEM PC will initiate
               a PNC verification transaction on all VRN’s matched on data bases.

               The standard functions of the system will be as follows:

                 To receive vehicle records in a pre-agreed data format and protocol from the
                   ANPR System.

                 To list all VRN’s as they are received on a scrolling screen showing:- Time,
                   Date, Camera Number and Reading Confidence for each vehicle.

                 To add each vehicle record to daily log file.

                 To compare each VRN received with the following database.

                 PNC Extract files (database important form PNC). File may contain 1,000,000
                   VRN’s.

                 Local files (database managed on system). A maximum of 9 files may be held
                   each containing 2,000 VRN’s.

                 Local intelligence files (database imported from other local or national
                   systems). File may contain 1.000,000 VRN’s.

                 To list all VRN‘s with database matched results on a results on a scrolling
                   screen showing: - Time, Date and Camera Number and information from
                   database for each vehicle.

                 To list VRN’s which match one or more of VRN’s in the databases with
                   database matched results on a scrolling screen showing: Time Date and
                   Camera Number Information from database and plate image for each vehicle.


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                 To automatically initiate a PNC vehicle check (referred to as a VE Check) to
                   recover all PNC information on matched vehicle.

                 To activate system alarms as follows:

                 Audible alarms in Control Room where system is installed with a response time
                  of less than 2 seconds from receiving VRN.
                 SMS Message to GSM mobile phone(s). Typical response time of 4 seconds
                  but not guaranteed. Message will contain VRN, Time, Date, Camera Number
                  and Database information for each activation. (SMS Paging and Mobile Phone
                  Facility can be provided at additional cost).

                 To request a plate image file from the ANPR system when database match is
                  made.

                 To display plate image of matched vehicle on screen.

                 To send alarm indication to the CCTV control room that will include the
                  following information: VRN, time, Date, Camera Number and Vehicle
                  Description. Note that the alarm notification to the CCTV Control room is
                  controlled by the configuration of the system. The alarm notification to the
                  CCTV control room can be conditioned by which database is matched.

                 To initiate a VE check on all VRN.s matched on database.

                 To store details of VRN matches to daily file and store plate images.

                 To provide manual VRN entry of manual checking against database(s)

                 To provide security of access to system data and system configuration.

       3.6.5. Performance

               The Number Plate Reader is required to have previously demonstrated to achieve
               very high performance in all but the most severe weather conditions. It is
               important to note that the performance of the number plate reader must be so high
               that the only read failures are caused by damaged plates and weather effects that
               prevent a camera from delivering a readable image.

               The recognition performance must have been competitively evaluated on
               numerous occasions and never failed to meet the performance requirements set.
               The number plate reader may achieve its performance by using proprietary
               normalised non-linear statistical pattern classification algorithms that have been
               refined over many years.

               The number plate reader must be capable of achieving 99% in perfect conditions.



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               Taking in to consideration variable weather conditions and plate condition,
               overall, the number plate reader must deliver a long-term average read rate of 85
               per cent for ‘readable’ number plates in real conditions (all but severe weather,
               day and night, 24 hours).

               A ‘readable number plate’ shall be defined as follows:

               The number plate should be legal, undamaged and unobstructed and be wholly
               visible in the camera field of view for at least 0.25 seconds without any other
               number plates in view and at an appropriate size (i.e., with at least 4 pixels
               spanning the character stroke width). The camera shutter must be set fast enough
               to avoid motion blur during a Field period. Characters should be upright from the
               image, which should be obtained from within a cone angle of 15 degrees from the
               number plate forward orthogonal. Unobstructed means that all characters are
               clearly visible with clear space equal to the character stroke width around each
               character. Number plates should not be obstructed by the effects of adverse
               weather conditions such as low sun angles, strong shadows, dirt, rivets or other
               materials.

       3.6.6   Training and Manuals

               The Tenderer is to allow for 4 hours supervisor and 8 hours operator training split
               into three 4-hour sessions, if additional training is required this will be available at
               an additional cost. Two sets of operator manuals will be supplied on hand-over of
               the system.

   3.7. Communications Network

       3.7.1. Overview

               The existing Town Centre Cameras are linked back to the disparate control rooms
               via BT RS100 Fibre Optic Circuits.

               The Village Scheme CCTV cameras are on a dial up circuit.

               Competitive quotations for the Communications Network will be required for each
               camera on the system to link back to the High Peaks control room. Further more
               there shall be a link between the control room and the council offices for data
               management and a link to the Leek Police Station for live review and evidence
               burning to CD / DVD.

       3.7.2. Existing BT Equipment & Cabinets

               All transmission equipment will be installed in BT type street cabinets or
               equivalent. Where the existing cabinets are located within a business premises the
               video / data cables from the camera will be disconnected, extended outside and
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               A new mains 230 volt supply and distribution will need to be installed within the
               cabinet.

       3.7.3. Ductwork Specification

               The Tenderer shall be responsible for the ductwork installation. The specification
               for the ductwork is as follows;

               The supply and installation of all 100mm diameter ducts:

                  Between any pole and adjacent street cabinets
                  Between any building mounted camera and street cabinet
                  Between any pole or street cabinet to adjacent buildings to complete
                   electricity supplies and CCTV cable routes.

               Ducts shall be utilised by video, data, [Audio In the future] and 230V power
               cabling and where necessary should be kept separated at all times. Each service
               will have specific duct requirements (such as colour) and it is the responsibility of
               the Contractor to ensure these are provided for.

               It is the responsibility of the Contractor to design the final route following
               consultation with the Client and any Statutory Authorities involved.

               All ducts are to be installed with a minimum cover of 350 mm below footways
               and 600 mm cover below carriageways. Swept bends only shall be installed
               having a minimum radius of three times the diameter of the duct. All joints shall
               be solvent welded.

               The Contractor should be aware that due to the expected density of existing
               underground services the above depths may need to be increased in order to avoid
               these services. The Contractor must have included for this within his tender price.

               Where the ducts emerge above ground outside the building fabric, ducting and
               cables will have adequate galvanised steel protection to avoid damage by
               accidental or malicious acts.

               Where the ducts come through the fabric of the building the holes must be sealed
               using appropriate materials. All external holes shall be made weatherproof using
               materials that are harmonious with the external structure of the building. Entry
               points into basements shall have no detrimental effect on the buildings protection
               from damp and the ingress of water.

               Draw pits will be installed wherever the ducts change direction or are required
               due to the length of duct, which should not exceed 50metres without a pit. The
               Contractors duct design should be submitted to the Contract Supervisor for
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               All ducts shall be left complete with draw cords upon completion of the duct and
               cable installation.

               The contractor shall adhere strictly to the New Road and Street-Work Act at all
               times. All required notices must be served and detailed access arrangements must
               be made with the relevant authorities prior to commencement of work in these
               areas.

               The Contractor is solely responsible for contacting and liaison with all Statutory
               Authorities in order to plan and install the duct routes.

               The Contractor is solely responsible for the provision of a Section 50 Streetworks
               Licence, and any and all administration and inspection charges etc. The
               Contractor should fully understand the requirements and responsibility of the
               Licence and any special requirements of The Local Highways Authority, and/or
               The Hospital Authority.

               The Contractor should be aware that under the terms of the Licence they are
               required to provide a full and permanent reinstatement within 6 months of the
               completion of works.

               All reinstatement works shall be carried out to the HAUC specification and Code
               of Practice for Reinstatements. The Contractor should contact The Local
               Highways Authority to obtain details of their particular requirements for the
               reinstatement of each surface type to be disrupted by the works.

               The Contractor is to maintain the reinstatements for a period of 2 years from
               submission of the R Notice for completion of works.

               All Traffic Management and associated works will be the sole responsibility of
               the Contractor.

   3.8         Radio Communications

               Some of the existing control rooms have retail radio links and Police Airwaves
               radio systems. These facilities must be maintained throughout the contract period
               and transferred to the High Peaks control room once the new cameras are in place.

               The Contractor will be responsible for surveying and installing all radio
               communication which include the following:
               Retail radio
               Licensed premises radio
               Airwaves

               The above list is not exhaustive and the Contractor will be expected to make all
               necessary enquiries and include for complete integration of communications
               equipment.



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 4. Tendering Information

   4.1. General

        Previous sections cover all the camera locations in the proposed extension. However, the
        Purchaser will only finalise the extent of the installation following receipt of the tender
        returns. For this reason, a detailed tender breakdown has been included. This should be
        completed fully and will enable the Purchaser to omit camera positions at the submitted
        cost.

   4.2. Extended Scope of works

        The CCTV Contractor shall be responsible for the following:-

        The design, installation and commissioning of those video, data and audio circuits
        described in this specification as being the responsibility of The Contractor.

        The video, data and audio transmission/reception equipment at both ends of the circuit.

        The quality and integrity of all circuits such that they are installed to the latest British
        standards for both fibre optic and copper cable.

        The supply and installation of all ductwork and cabling including all necessary
        underground works.

        The supply of any special cable ducts, glands, special sealing compounds and installation
        instructions for the entry of their cables into the Control Centre.

        The supply and installation of all ducting, glands, and special sealing compounds
        necessary for the entry of their cables into the camera site and up to the agreed
        equipment position.

        The early and continuous liaison with other interested parties throughout the contract to
        ensure circuit equipment and protocol compatibility. NB: All communication between
        the CCTV Contractor and others shall be copied to the Contract Supervisor if written or
        with the Contract supervisor in attendance if during a meeting.

        The installation and commissioning of protocol conversion for the data circuits to be
        compatible with the CCTV Contractor's protocol and that of any existing equipment.
        The supply, installation and commissioning of all equipment necessary to complete all
        video, data and audio circuits from the surveillance centre to all camera or CCTV
        equipment installations.

        Liaison and communication at an early stage to advise of the required protocol for the
        CCTV system circuits. The compatibility of this is the responsibility of the Contractor.




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        The provision of telemetry distribution equipment at a multi camera site to transmit
        camera commands to, and receive alarms from, multiple cameras using a single telemetry
        data link.

        The supply installation and commissioning of all copper coaxial or wide band video
        circuits included in the system. The video quality shall be free of all 50Hz. pick-up and
        other sources of induced noise. The Contractor should allow for any necessary filtering if
        necessary.

 5. Maintenance

   5.1. Fully Comprehensive Contract

        The Contractor is expected to provide a first line fully comprehensive maintenance
        service for the new system with his own maintenance organisation. The level of service
        required is as follows:-

   5.2. New Equipment

        The Contractor shall include for a 12-month warranty period for all new equipment and
        two preventative maintenance visits within that period, following successful
        commissioning of the new camera equipment only: -

        The warranty is to include for the following: -

        The free of charge repair of all equipment inclusive of all parts and labour, excluding
        failures which occur due to the Client's negligence or malicious damage.

        The Contractor shall have an engineer on site within 4 hours following the reporting of
        the fault and shall be rectified within 24 hours of first being reported. The engineer shall
        be equipped with all necessary tools and plant including access equipment that might
        reasonably be expected to be required in providing a speedy resolution.

        Full maintenance and service of the cameras at 6 monthly intervals to include at least the
        following: -

        Performing all necessary quality checks on all camera and site equipment and completing
        any necessary calibration and setup procedures.
        If the Contractor cannot provide the above level of service on all the specialised
        equipment with his own maintenance personnel, then he should allow in his tender price
        for all third party maintenance necessary to accomplish this.
        The contractor shall be the first line of response for all faults and callouts. Should the
        fault prove to be a power supply fault then the contractor shall report this to the Client or
        the local electricity provider and interface with them, if necessary, to resolve the
        problem. This type of response shall be included in the contractors maintenance cost.

   5.3. Existing Equipment



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        The Contractor shall include for the free of charge fully comprehensive maintenance
        servicer of all existing equipment inclusive of all parts and labour, excluding failures
        which occur due to the Client's negligence or malicious damage.

        The Contractor shall have an engineer on site within 4 hours following the reporting of
        the fault and shall be rectified within 24 hours of first being reported. The engineer shall
        be equipped with all necessary tools and plant including access equipment that might
        reasonably be expected to be required in providing a speedy resolution.

        Full maintenance and service of the cameras at 6 monthly intervals to include at least the
        following: -

        Performing all necessary quality checks on all camera and site equipment and completing
        any necessary calibration and setup procedures.

        If the Contractor cannot provide the above level of service on all the specialised
        equipment with his own maintenance personnel, then he should allow in his tender price
        for all third party maintenance necessary to accomplish this.

        The contractor shall be the first line of response for all faults and callouts. Should the
        fault prove to be a power supply fault then the contractor shall report this to the Client or
        the local electricity provider and interface with them, if necessary, to resolve the
        problem. This type of response shall be included in the contractors maintenance cost.

       5.4.Compensation

         In relation to both the new and existing equipment, if the Contractor fails to respond to a
         reported fault on the Equipment and remedy the fault or provide equipment on loan until
         the fault can be repaired within the time period set out in the Schedule, The Contractor
         shall pay compensation to Staffordshire Moorlands District Council £200 per day for
         every day for each individual fault. This is without prejudice to any other rights that
         Staffordshire Moorlands District Council may have in respect of such breach.

 6. Commissioning

   6.1. Handover

        Prior to handover, the Contractor shall set to work, commission and test the installations
        to the full -satisfaction of the Contract Supervisor. The Contractor shall be responsible
        for the provision of all the test equipment required to prove the system operation to the
        satisfaction of the Contract Supervisor. All test equipment shall have a suitable and
        current Certificate of Calibration.

   6.2. Testing

        Commissioning shall include testing of all aspects of the system as follows: -




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        The system shall be thoroughly inspected to ensure compliance with the relevant British
        Standards and NACOSS Code of Practice. Appendix B of the NACOSS Code of Practice
        for Planning, Installation and Maintenance of Closed Circuit Television Systems (NACP
        20) shall be used as the basic test method for evaluating the performance of the CCTV
        system.

        Testing shall be carried out for each new camera location. The tests shall be completed
        during both daylight and night-time operations.

        Test measurements shall be carried out using the monitors provided under the Contract
        and the results shall be recorded. Where it is necessary to prove and measure the video
        resolution, specialist monitors shall be provided by the Contractor.

   6.3. Rotokin

        The Rotokin and Test Card tests shall be carried out to prove:
         Area of coverage in the detection zone.
         The size of target and if it is readily seen
         Visibility of target against a contrasting background.
         Lens focus and adjustment.
         Resolution at the Monitoring Centre monitors.
         Tracking of a moving target.
         System colour.

   6.4. Recorded Test Results

        All testing and inspection works shall be recorded onto suitable test sheets and records
        which shall be bound and include;

        Video signal level and quality shall be measured with an oscilloscope and recorded.

        Data signals shall be checked for polarity and operating state using an oscilloscope.

        Measurements shall be supplied from the following points:
        o At the base of each pole before the transmission equipment
        o At the output of the transmission equipment
        o At the input to the matrix

        The measurements required are peak to peak in millivolts of the video signal in
        daylight conditions and the level of the sync pulses and colour burst. All three Video
        Component Voltages (Sync., Burst, & Video level ) will be recorded on each of the
        Camera Test Record Sheets provided. The completed results should be forwarded to the
        Contract Supervisor. It should be noted that the Contract Supervisor may not attend site
        for commissioning until this has been completed showing satisfactory results.

        Selective signal/noise ratio and video level measurements.

        Complete day and night testing of all camera configurations and set ups.


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        Selective, night and day, resolution and sensitivity testing using a line resolution test card
        or similar. The Contractor shall be responsible for the provision of all measuring
        apparatus and equipment.

        Testing all preset and privacy settings previously set by the Contractor in conjunction
        with the Contract Supervisor.

        Testing all tamper and other alarms previously set up by the Contractor in conjunction
        with the Contract Supervisor.

        The camera test sheet, provided at Appendix ‘G’, shall be prepared by the Contractor and
        handed to the Contract Supervisor, for agreement and approval, seven days prior to the
        final commissioning taking place.

        The Contractor shall satisfy himself that the system is fully commissioned and operating
        correctly prior to offering the system to the Contract Supervisor for witness testing.

        Contractors shall demonstrate to the entire satisfaction of The Purchaser that complete
        compatibility exists between all elements of the system.

        The Contractor shall clearly schedule adequate durations in his programme of works for
        the testing and commissioning activities.

        The Contractor shall submit a copy of the completed test record sheets for the camera
        installation, the control system and all peripheral devices to the Contract Supervisor at
        least seven days prior to the testing and commissioning taking place.

 7. New Camera Schedules

   7.1. Overview

        Each of the new cameras will have a performance schedule and location photograph. The
        schedule will detail the cameras location, performance specification and any other
        relevant details to assist the Tenderer. Schedules for all the existing cameras will appear
        in Appendix ‘L’

   7.2. New Schedules

        See following pages.




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                  Camera No:32              Location:Mill St/St Edwards Street
   LEEK
   Camera         Type                      1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution                >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity               >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                   Vandal Resistant Top mount PTZ
                  Wiper                     Yes
                  Heater                    Yes
                  Mounting                  Pole
                  Pole type                 WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control            RS485
                  Colour On/Off             Yes
                  Shutter Speed             Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR          Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                     Variable C/R
                  Presets                   Yes

   Lens           Focal Length              To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                    Colour / IR
                  Iris                      Auto with manual override


   Alarms         Pole                      No
                  Housing                   No
                  Cabinet                   No

   Lighting       IR Source                 No
                  Control                   No
   Lightning      Air Terminal              No
   Protection     Surge Protection          Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                 Yes

   PSDB           Identification (50%) @    Vehicles with read rate of 90%
                  50m




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   LEEK           Camera No: 33            Location: High Street Car Park
   Camera         Type                     1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution               >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity              >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                  Vandal Resistant DOME
                  Wiper                    Yes
                  Heater                   Yes
                  Mounting                 Pole
                  Pole type                WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control           RS485
                  Colour On/Off            Yes
                  Shutter Speed            Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR         NO
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                    Variable C/R
                  Presets                  Yes

   Lens           Focal Length             To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                   Colour / IR
                  Iris                     Auto


   Alarms         Pole                     No
                  Housing                  No
                  Cabinet                  No

   Lighting       IR Source                No
                  Control                  No
   Lightning      Air Terminal             No
   Protection     Surge Protection         Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                Yes

   PSDB           Identification (120%)    Individuals
                  @ 35m




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                  Camera No:34              Location: St Edwards St/Brook St & Broard St
   Camera         Type                      1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution                >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity               >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                   Vandal Resistant Top mount PTZ
                  Wiper                     Yes
                  Heater                    Yes
                  Mounting                  Pole
                  Pole type                 WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control            RS485
                  Colour On/Off             Yes
                  Shutter Speed             Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR          Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                     Variable C/R
                  Presets                   Yes

   Lens           Focal Length              To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                    Colour / IR
                  Iris                      Auto with manual override


   Alarms         Pole                      No
                  Housing                   No
                  Cabinet                   No

   Lighting       IR Source                 No
                  Control                   No
   Lightning      Air Terminal              No
   Protection     Surge Protection          Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                 Yes

   PSDB           Identification (50%) @    Vehicles with read rate of 90%
                  50m




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                  Camera No:35              Location: Ball Haye St Buxton Rd
   Leek
   Camera         Type                      1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution                >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity               >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                   Vandal Resistant Top mount PTZ
                  Wiper                     Yes
                  Heater                    Yes
                  Mounting                  Pole
                  Pole type                 WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control            RS485
                  Colour On/Off             Yes
                  Shutter Speed             Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR          Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                     Variable C/R
                  Presets                   Yes

   Lens           Focal Length              To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                    Colour / IR
                  Iris                      Auto with manual override


   Alarms         Pole                      No
                  Housing                   No
                  Cabinet                   No

   Lighting       IR Source                 No
                  Control                   No
   Lightning      Air Terminal              No
   Protection     Surge Protection          Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                 Yes

   PSDB           Identification (50%) @    Vehicles with read rate of 90%
                  50m




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                                              CHEADLE

                  Camera No 37:             Location: Roundabout at junction of Chapel St / Tape
   Cheadle                                  St
   Camera         Type                      1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution                >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity               >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                   Vandal Resistant Top mount PTZ
                  Wiper                     Yes
                  Heater                    Yes
                  Mounting                  Pole
                  Pole type                 WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control            RS485
                  Colour On/Off             Yes
                  Shutter Speed             Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR          Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                     Variable C/R
                  Presets                   Yes

   Lens           Focal Length              To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                    Colour / IR
                  Iris                      Auto with manual override


   Alarms         Pole                      No
                  Housing                   No
                  Cabinet                   No

   Lighting       IR Source                 No
                  Control                   No
   Lightning      Air Terminal              No
   Protection     Surge Protection          Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                 Yes

   PSDB           Identification (50%) @    Vehicles with read rate of 90%
                  50m




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                  Camera No:38             Location: Summerfield Car Park Entrance
   Cheadle
   Camera         Type                     1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution               >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity              >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                  Vandal Resistant dome
                  Wiper                    Yes
                  Heater                   Yes
                  Mounting                 Pole
                  Pole type                WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control           RS485
                  Colour On/Off            Yes
                  Shutter Speed            Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR         Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                    Variable C/R
                  Presets                  Yes

   Lens           Focal Length             To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                   Colour / IR
                  Iris                     Auto


   Alarms         Pole                     No
                  Housing                  No
                  Cabinet                  No

   Lighting       IR Source                No
                  Control                  No
   Lightning      Air Terminal             No
   Protection     Surge Protection         Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                Yes

   PSDB           Identification (120%)    Individuals
                  @ 35m




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                  Camera No:39             Location: South Moorlands Leisure centre
   Cheadle
   Camera         Type                     1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution               >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity              >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                  Vandal Resistant Dome
                  Wiper                    Yes
                  Heater                   Yes
                  Mounting                 WALL
                  Pole type                WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control           RS485
                  Colour On/Off            Yes
                  Shutter Speed            Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR         no
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                    Variable C/R
                  Presets                  Yes

   Lens           Focal Length             To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                   Colour / IR
                  Iris                     Auto


   Alarms         Pole                     No
                  Housing                  No
                  Cabinet                  No

   Lighting       IR Source                No
                  Control                  No
   Lightning      Air Terminal             No
   Protection     Surge Protection         Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                Yes

   PSDB           Identification (120%)    Individuals
                  @ 35m




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                                             BIDDULPH

                  Camera No: 40             Location: Crossroads of Tunstall Rd, Park Lane &
   Buddulph                                 Meadowside
   Camera         Type                      1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution                >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity               >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                   Vandal Resistant Top mount PTZ
                  Wiper                     Yes
                  Heater                    Yes
                  Mounting                  Pole
                  Pole type                 WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control            RS485
                  Colour On/Off             Yes
                  Shutter Speed             Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR          Yes
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                     Variable C/R
                  Presets                   Yes

   Lens           Focal Length              To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                    Colour / IR
                  Iris                      Auto with manual override


   Alarms         Pole                      No
                  Housing                   No
                  Cabinet                   No

   Lighting       IR Source                 No
                  Control                   No
   Lightning      Air Terminal              No
   Protection     Surge Protection          Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                 Yes

   PSDB           Identification (50%) @    Vehicles with read rate of 90%
                  50m




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   Biddulph       Camera No: 41            Location: Leisure centre
   Camera         Type                     1/2” Colour / Mono
                  Resolution               >>540 TVL
                  Sensitivity              >>0.3 lux
                  Housing                  Vandal Resistant dome
                  Wiper                    Yes
                  Heater                   Yes
                  Mounting                 Pole
                  Pole type                WEC TC or Altron equivalent 8m



   Telemetry      System Control           RS485
                  Colour On/Off            Yes
                  Shutter Speed            Yes
                  Automatic / ANPR         no
                  Mode
   PT Head        Speed                    Variable C/R
                  Presets                  Yes

   Lens           Focal Length             To meet PSDB Identification as per schedule
                  Filter                   Colour / IR
                  Iris                     Auto


   Alarms         Pole                     No
                  Housing                  No
                  Cabinet                  No

   Lighting       IR Source                No
                  Control                  No
   Lightning      Air Terminal             No
   Protection     Surge Protection         Mains, Video & Control
                  Earth Rod                Yes

   PSDB           Identification (120%)    Individuals
                  @ 35m




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                             FORM OF GUARANTEE BOND




                                    APPENDIX

                                        ‘A’




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APPENDIX A

FORM OF GUARANTEE BOND

BY THIS BOND…………………………………………………………..whose registered office is situated
at………………………………………………………………………… (hereinafter called “the Contractor)
and…………………………………………………………………………whose registered office is situated
at…………………………………………………………………………(‘the Bondsman”) is held and firmly
bound to……………………………………………………………..…(hereinafter called “the Purchaser”) in
the sum of ( £                                         ) for the payment of which sum to the Purchaser the
Bondsman hereby binds itself and its successors and assigns jointly and severally by these presents

EXECUTED and delivered as a deed and dated this……………………………………….day 2008
WHEREAS by a certain Contract dated the…………………..day of……………………..2008 and
made between the Purchaser of the one part and…………………………………………………….
whose registered office is situate at………………………………………………………………….
(‘the Contractor’) of the other part of the Contractor has contacted with the Purchaser to carry out the
works/perform the services mentioned therein in conformity with the provisions of the said Contract.

NOW THE CONDITIONS of the above written Bond are such that if the Contractor shall duly perform and
observe all the terms provisions, conditions and stipulations of the said Contract on the Contractor’s part to
be performed and observed according to the true purpose, intent and meaning thereof or if on default by the
Contractor the Bondsman shall satisfy and discharge the damages sustained by the Purchaser thereby up to
the amount of the above written Bond then this obligation shall be null and void but otherwise shall be and
remain in full force and effect but no sum payable by the Contractor under any provision of the said
contract or alteration in the terms of the said Contract made by agreement between the Purchaser and the
Contractor in the extent or nature of the works constructed or services performance and no allowance of
time by the Purchaser under the said Contract nor any forbearance or forgiveness in or in respect of any
matter or thing concerning the said Contract on the part of the Purchaser or the said Contract Administrator
shall in any way release the Bondsman from any liability under the above written bond.

Any claim hereunder shall be made by the Purchaser in writing and sent to the Bondsman at its address
above accompanied by a signed statement from the Purchaser declaring that the Contractor is in default of
the said Contract by the Bondsman as conclusive evidence (and admissible as such) that any sums stated
therein are properly due and payable to the Purchaser for the purposes of the Bond.
The benefit of this Bond is personal to the Purchaser and is not transferable or assignable without the
Bondsman’s prior written consent not to be unreasonably withheld or delayed.

This Bond shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and shall be subject
to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.

In witness whereof the parties hereto have set their hands and seals the day and year first before written

THE COMMON SEAL of ……………………………………………………………………….
THE CONTRACTOR was………………………………………………………………………..
affixed in the presence of…………………………………………………………………………

THE COMMON SEAL of ……………………………………………………………………….
THE BONDSMAN was…………………………………………………………………………..
affixed in the presence of…………………………………………………………………………




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                             COLLUSIVE TENDERING
                                 CERTIFICATE




                                  APPENDIX

                                       ‘B’




To be returned




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APPENDIX B

COLLUSIVE TENDERING CERTIFICATE

In recognition of the principle that the essence of selective tendering is that the Purchaser shall receive bona
fide competitive tenders from all those tendering.

WE CERTIFY THAT:-

1. The Tender (‘the Tender’) submitted with this certificate is a bona fide tender intended to be competitive.

2. We have not fixed or adjusted the amount of the Tender under or in accordance with any agreement or
arrangement with any other person.

We have not done and we undertake that we will not do at any time before the hour specified for return of
the tenders any of the following acts:

Communicating to a person other than the person calling for tenders the amount or approximate amount of
the proposed tenders (except where the disclosure, in confidence, of the approximate amount of Tender was
essential to obtain insurance premium quotations required for the preparation of the Tender).

Entering into any agreement with any other person that they shall refrain from tendering or as to the amount
of any tenders to be submitted; offering or paying or giving or agreeing to give any sum of money or
valuable consideration directly or indirectly to any person for doing or having done or causing or having
caused to be done in relation to any other tenders any act or thing of the sort described above.

In this certificate:
“person” includes any person and any body or association corporate or incorporate;
“any agreement or arrangement” includes any transaction of the sort described above, formal or informal
and whether legally binding or not.

DATED this day of …………………………………………………………2008

SIGNED (as Tenderer)
duly authorised to sign
for and on behalf of
.................................................................…………………………………………
.................................................................................................................................
……………………….……………………………………………………………




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                             STATEMENT OF ORGANISATION
                                        AND
                                METHOD OF WORKING




                                     APPENDIX

                                          ‘C’




To be returned




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APPENDIX C

ORGANISATION AND METHOD OF WORKING

The Tenderer is required to set out below his proposed management, supervisory and
administrative structure and to give details of the way in which it will organise its workforce to
carry out the Services.

sss




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                                      SPECIFICATION




                          DETAILS OF STAFF QUALIFICATIONS
                                        AND
                                     EXPERTISE




                                             APPENDIX

                                                  ‘D’




To be detailed in D3 of the questionnaire




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APPENDIX D – D3

DETAILS OF STAFF QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERTISE



Please list:

Name                 Position Held              Qualification/s & experience




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                             FORM OF AGREEMENT




                                 APPENDIX

                                      ‘E’




To be returned




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APPENDIX E

FORM OF AGREEMENT

THIS CONTRACT is made the………………………day
of……………………………………2008
BETWEEN The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council (hereinafter called the Purchaser)
AND
……………………………………of…………………………………………………in the county
of………………………………………………………………(hereinafter called “the Contractor”)

WHEREAS

The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council wishes to have provided the services set out in the
Specification incorporated in this Contract and
The Contractor is willing to perform such services in accordance with the various provisions of
this Contract

NOW IT IS HEREBY AGREED as follows
This Contract consisting of the Conditions of Contract, the Schedule of Rates and the Specification
constitutes the entire agreement between The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council and the
Contractor for the provision of services as detailed in the Specification (“the Services”)
The Contractor shall provide the Services in accordance with the provisions of this Contract to the
satisfaction of The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council for a period commencing on the
[insert Commencement Date] 2008 (“the Commencement Date”) until [insert Expiry Date] (“the
Expiry Date”)
The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council shall pay to the Contractor such sums as shall be
payable under the Contract Conditions and Tender Documents so long as the Contractor shall
continue to provide the Services in accordance with the provisions of this Contract and to the
satisfaction of The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council

IN WITNESS OF WHICH The Staffordshire Moorlands District Council has caused its common
seal to be affixed hereto and the Contractor has/affixed its common seal hereto/set his hand and
seal the day and year first before written

THE COMMON SEAL of THE STAFFORDSHIRE MOORLANDS DISTRICT COUNCIL was
hereunto affixed
in the presence of:-…………………………………………………………………………….

Authorised Signatory


THE COMMON SEAL of ……………………………………………………………………
was hereunto affixed in the presence of:-……………………………………………………..


SIGNED SEALED AND DELIVERED by the said …………………………………………
in the presence of:-……………………………………………………………………………


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                              SCHEDULE
                                  OF
                              EQUIPMENT
                                COSTS




                               APPENDIX

                                    ‘F’




To be returned




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APPENDIX F

                             LEEK CAMERAS (EXISTING)

                                  Camera 1
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  Camera 2
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  Camera 3
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 4
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total


                                  Camera 5
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  Camera 6
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 7
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  Camera 8
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  Camera 9
Item                Description       Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 10
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total


                                  Camera 11
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total


                                  CHEADLE (EXISTING)


                                  Camera 12
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 13
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 14
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total


                                  Camera 15
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 16
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 17
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 18
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  BIDDULPH (EXISTING)

                                   Camera 19
Item                Description         Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                   Camera 20
Item                Description         Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                   Camera 21
Item                Description         Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 22
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 23
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 24
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 25
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 26
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  VILLAGE (EXISTING)


                                  Camera 27
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 28
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 29
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 30
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 31
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                                  LEEK NEW CAMERAS

                              Camera 32 (ANPR)
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total


                                  Camera 33
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                              Camera 34 (ANPR)
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                              Camera 35 (ANPR)
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                             CHEADLE NEW CAMERAS

                              Camera 37 (ANPR)
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total




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                                  Camera 38
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                                  Camera 39
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total

                              BIDDULPH NEW CAMERAS


                                Camera 40 (ANPR)
Item                  Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                      Total




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                                  Camera 41
Item                Description        Cost
Camera Type/make
Pole/Bracket
Telemetry Interface
Network/BT
installation
Network/BT on
Going Cost PA
IR Lighting
Other
                    Total



                             Analogue Equipment
Item                Description        Cost
Camera
MatrixType/make
Telemetry units
Rugby Clock
VDA
Control Keyboard
Text Overlay
module
Other
                    Total



                               Digital Recording
Item                Description          Cost
Storage Nodes
server
encoders
Evidence locker

I
Other
                    Total




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                           Operator Interfaces (GUI)
Item                 Description        Cost
Op station PC
Op station
Monitors
Review station
Complete
Network Switch
Licences

Other
                     Total

                                     Monitors
Item                 Description         Cost
Monitor wall
Spot Monitor
Engineers monitor



Other
                     Total

POLICE SYSTEM
(To include all system interfaces works)

                                      Police Viewing and ANPR System
Item                 Qty     Description               Cost
ANPR Reader          2       4 Channel Rack Mount
                             ANPR Readers
ANPR File server     1       Rack Mount PC
ANPR Browser PC      1       Desk Mount PC &
& Software                   ANPR Browser Software
KVM Switch           1       KVM for Maintenance
UPS                  1       Small Rack Mount UPS
Rack Cabinet         1       Full Height Ventilated
                             19” Rack
Ethernet Switch &    Lot     Network Equipment to
other Network                link PC equipment
Ancillaries
OPTION
Upgrade existing             Upgrade existing High
High Peeks VEM               Peaks PNC connection &
to take additional           VEM to take additional



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inputs*                       ANPR Readers
Additional
Licenses
Training
Ethernet Switch &     Lot     Network Equipment to
other Network                 link PNC equipment
Ancillaries
MAINTENANCE                                                                 Year 1
of Police ANPR                                                              Year 2
System                                                                      Year 3
                                                                            Year 4
                                                                            Year 5
Other
                              Total

* Liaison with Police and PNC link provider to be included. All costs to be identified.


                                  Rack Equipment
Item                  Description         Cost
racks
ups




Other
                      Total



                             Labour Analogue system
Item                  Description       Cost

Install
Commission
Project
management


Other
                      Total




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                             Labour Digital system
Item                Description         Cost
Install
Commission
Project
management
training
Police link
Council link
Other
                    Total


                            Labour Camera system
Item                Description       Cost
Install
Commission
Project
management
ANPR cameras
Other
                    Total



                              Transmission links
Item                Description        Cost
TRANSMISSION
LINKS




                    Total




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                          Radio Communication links
Item                 Description     Cost




                     Total



Sub Total                                                         £____________________


  The Tenderers price inclusive of labour and parts, to carry out the fully comprehensive planned
  preventative maintenance and fault repair of the CCTV system in accordance with the terms
  and conditions of this maintenance agreement.

  Fully Comprehensive Maintenance Cover for existing and new equipment
 Description    Year 1      Year 2      Year 3        Year 4      Year 5
   Existing
   Cameras
New Cameras
    CCTV
 Monitoring
    Centre
  equipment
Infrastructure

       Total

  Note : The Contractor’s price must be broken down under the separate headings
  provided and all costs stated above shall be net of VAT

PROVISIONAL SUM                                                          £30,000.00

GRAND TOTAL TO FORM OF TENDER                                     £______________________




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                             CAMERA TEST
                               RECORDS




                               APPENDIX

                                   ‘G’




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APPENDIX G

CAMERA TEST RECORD

CAMERA TEST RECORD - Day Time Tests                       COMMENTS
Date of Test   Camera Reference

Location:

Weather and visibility
Camera Data
Manufacture                    Model
Type: Fixed/PTZ                Serial No.
Colour/Mono


Lens Data
Manufacture                   Model
Focal Length                  Serial No.
Maximum Aperture


Colour Card Test - 50% image
Distance from pole (M)     Wedge Definition
Colour Definition

Colour Card Test to 25% image
Quality of colour definition I

120% Image Test
Distance from Polo (M)         Actual display %       I

Resolution at 100% Image:
Adjusted 120% Image Test (If necessary)
Distance from Pole (M)
50% Image Test
Distance from Pole (M)      Actual display %

Video Signal Data
Sync Amplitude Volt)
Total Video Amplitude p –p (Volt)


Camera Functions
Pan Left                     Pan Right
Nudge Pan Left               Nudge Pan Right

Right Pan (36Odeg)sec.       Left Pan (36Odeg) sec.


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Tilt Up                    Tilt Down
Nudge Tilt Up              Nudge Tilt Down.
Tilt Up (90deg) sec        Tilt Down (90 deg) sec
Zoom in                    Zoom out
Nudge Zoom in               Nudge Zoom out
Zoom in Speed (Full) sec   Zoom out speed (Full) sec
Focus Near                 Focus Far
Fast Focus Near            Fast Focus far
Nudge Focus near           Nudge Focus far
Iris Open                   Iris closed
Zoom Tracking
Operator Preset 1        Operator Preset 2
Setting operation         Setting operation
Repeatability             Repeatability



Operator Preset 3           Operator Preset 4
Setting operation            Setting operation
Repeatability                Repeatability

Wiper - cover full screen
Wash facility
Picture Quality
Definition                      Steady images
Colour – reality                Distortion
Colour “bleed”                  Interference
Break - up                      Whole screen




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CAMERA TEST SHEET- Night Tests                       COMMENTS
Weather and visibility
Distance from pole (M)
Integration (On/Off) and level
Peak light inversion
Integration
Dark/Peak                      Number of fields
Very dark                      Number of fields
Focus
Quality
Zoom Tracking

Remarks




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                             SPECIFICATION




                               DAY WORK
                                CHARGES



                               APPENDIX

                                   ‘H’




To be returned




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APPENDIX H

DAY WORK CHARGES

1       Labour:       Basic Rate for Labourer                           £     /hour
                      Percentage for Overheads and Profits                    %
                      Basic Rate for Engineer                           £     /hour
                      Percentage for Overheads and Profits                    %
                                                                  _________________


2      Materials:     Suppliers Invoice Cost Less Any Discounts
                      Add Percentage for Overheads and Profits                %
                                                                  __________________

3      Plant:         Suppliers Invoice Cost Less Any Discounts
                      Add Percentage for Overheads and Profits
                                                                  __________________

Identify costs for Hydraulic Hoist Per Day                              £




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                                            HEALTH
                                             AND
                                            SAFETY
                                            POLICY




                                            APPENDIX

                                               ‘I’



To be included at H1 in the questionnaire




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APPENDIX I – see H1

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

The Tenderer is required to submit a copy of it Health and Safety Policy Statement in relation to
the Services. In preparing its Health and Safety Policy Statement the Tenderer must have regard to
the Purchaser’s Statement of Safety Policy and Manuals and Safety Codes of Practice is so far as
they relate to the Services and shall ensure that its Safety Policy Statement does not in any respect
afford less protection for its employees and the general public than the Purchaser’s own Safety
Policy Statements. The Tenderer must at all times satisfy the requirements of the Health and
Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and Regulations and EC Directives relating to health and safety.




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                             NON - COMPLIANCE


                                 APPENDIX

                                     ‘J’




To be returned




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                                 SPECIFICATION

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