Part 4 of Video Surveillance Systems for Use in Security Applications has been revised by the BSI
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Part 4 of BS EN 62676 on Video Surveillance Systems revised by British Standards Institution

The British Standards Institution has revised BS EN 62676-4:2015 Video Surveillance Systems for Use in Security Applications – Part 4: Application Guidelines. The standard, which saw input from the Home Office, the Metropolitan Police Service and Transport for London, provides...
Posted On 21 Oct 2015
The British Security Industry Association has published a revised version of its Code of Practice relating to the Maintenance of CCTV Surveillance Systems (BSIA Form 120)
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BSIA updates CCTV maintenance guidelines to co-ordinate with Surveillance Camera Code of Practice

The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has published a revised version of its Code of Practice relating to the Maintenance of CCTV Surveillance Systems (BSIA Form 120) to ensure that its guidance is co-ordinated with the principles of the Surveillance Camera Code of...
Posted On 25 Jun 2015
BSIA representatives are once again taking part in the conference programmes at IFSEC International
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BSIA speakers set to share expert security knowledge at IFSEC International 2015

As IFSEC International prepares to return to London’s ExCeL from 16-18 June, a number of British Security Industry Association (BSIA) representatives are ready to impart detailed and timely advice on a number of key industry issues – from city security through to convergence,...
Posted On 13 Jun 2015
Tony Porter: the UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner
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Surveillance Camera Commissioner launches survey on Code of Practice

UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner Tony Porter has launched a survey designed to review the operation and impact of the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice. The Government’s response to the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice consultation back in 2013 said that the...
Posted On 04 Jun 2015
Tony Porter: UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner at the Home Office
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UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner urges local authorities to “pay due regard” to CCTV Code of Practice

Tony Porter, the UK Surveillance Camera Commissioner, has written a letter to all chief executives of local authorities reminding them of their duty under the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 to pay due regard to the Surveillance Camera Code of Practice. Under the Protection of...
Posted On 22 May 2015