Albury Council staff are looking to increase security camera coverage in the city centre.
The system, which has more than 50 cameras, has been in use on Dean Street and surrounds for two years.
The cameras were installed in a bid to decrease the rate of assaults, retails thefts, criminal damage and cases of people resisting police.
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The system also aimed to make members of the public feel safer.
A live feed is relayed to the Albury Police Station, which assists officers in responding to incidents.
The footage is also stored and can be accessed for use in investigations and court cases, and has been used for offences including an alleged murder.
A proposal to install two additional cameras on Dean Street will be considered by councillors on Monday night.
Dean Street has been recognised as a "crime hotspot", with the cameras to cover gaps in the system.
While a report before councillors doesn't identify the exact location of the blackspots on the street, a crime prevention committee found the obscured areas caused problems.
"These two hotspots in the Albury CBD system continually present issues for police," the report notes.
These two hotspots in the Albury CBD system continually present issues for policeA report before Albury councillors
"The crime prevention committee supported the action for AlburyCity to investigate further options."
Recently released crime statistics show there has been an increase in non-domestic assaults.
The number of such incidents in Albury increased by four per cent in the year to September 2019.
Shop thefts also increased by 3.7 per cent.
The installation of a similar camera system in Lavington is also moving forward after receiving support from councillors in August.
A consultant will be appointed to investigate the idea in February.
"The CCTV network in central Albury has been an outstanding success and police tell us they couldn't be happier with the way the system has enhanced their abilities to catch offenders," mayor Kevin Mack said at the time.