A new CCTV camera which has been installed to help deal with increasing reports of anti-social behaviour in and area of Arnold went live over the weekend.
Gedling Borough Council has erected the CCTV camera on a pole on Rolleston Drive in a bid to help cut down on crime.
The camera covers the junction of Rolleston Drive and Brookfield Road, near the Major Oak pub.
The council decided to install the camera at the crime hotspot after incidents were reduced when surveillance equipment was installed at Smithy Crescent in the town.
In a social media post the council wrote: “The CCTV camera on Rolleston Drive has been installed and is now operational. One of our priorities is to reduce anti-social behaviour, crime and fear of crime in areas where residents have raised concerns.”