An application for a CCTV system in Monaghan Town is in its final stage.
It is currently being reviewed by the Data Protection Officer, which Superintendent Pat O'Connell says it the "final stage before permission is granted".
At a recent Monaghan JPC meeting, Chair Brian McKenna asked why the Monaghan Town CCTV system has "been delayed a long time".
Superintendent Pat O'Connell said the application is with the Data Protection Officer and added that he has made "direct enquiries to put pressure on" and that he is "working to get this over the line".
Superintendent O'Connell said this is "the final stage before permission is granted".
Meanwhile, Director of Services Cathal Flynn said CCTV for Carrickmacross is "at an advanced stage" and that a public consultation is on-going over the next six week".
When this is done, he says a "final design will be send ahead" and "a small sub-committee will review it".
Elsewhere, Richard Truell asked if plan were in place for CCTV in other town.
Cathal Flynn noted that Castleblayney already has a CCTV system in place and said there were "no plans for Ballybay or Clones".
He added that "most schemes come on foot of a particular need".