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Setting guidelines and principles of 'best practise'...

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This leaflet offers guidance to current or potential users of CCTV on how to get the most from this technology. Much like buying a new car or a television you have to make some important decisions before you buy to ensure that it actually meets your requirements and gives you a return on your investment...

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The CCTV National Standards Forum is a newly formed organisation with the aim of providing a source of independent and expert advice to the Government, regulators and a wide variety of stakeholders on issues that relate to the deployment of CCTV, both in the public and private

domains within the United Kingdom. It considered that the advent of the Protection of Freedom Bill adds further relevance to the role of the group and its potential to inform the regulatory process.

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HOME OFFICE PRESS RELEASE (13/9/12)

 
The public will be given more power to challenge the use of surveillance cameras by police and local authorities through the creation of a new code of practice, the government announced today...

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PROTECTION OF FREEDOMS BILL

The Coalition’s Programme for Government included a commitment to introduce a Freedom Bill “to restore the rights of individuals in the face of encroaching state power, in keeping with Britain’s tradition of freedom and fairness”. The Programme for Government also included a number of specific commitments to reverse the erosion of civil liberties; this Bill gives effect to a number of these.

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Best Practice - Document Library

National CCTV Forum launched

There has long been a wish for CCTV users to have a national forum where ideas and best practice can be discussed and shared. With the diversity of this function in both application and technology so prevalent several groupings have sprung up over the years concentrating on particular issues rather than the application and use of CCTV as a whole.

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April 2012 Issue - www.security-institute.org

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