What do you know about the CCTV code of practice??

Did you know that as the end user you are responsible!

This Code of Practice has the dual purpose of assisting operators of CCTV systems to understand their legal obligations while also reassuring the public about the safeguards that should be in place. It sets out the measures which must be adopted to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998, and goes on to set out guidance for the following of good data protection practice. The Code makes clear the standards which must be followed to ensure compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and then indicates those which are not a strict legal requirement but do represent the following of good practice.

Closed circuit television  Can be as technical or as simple as you require.

  • Small shops
  • Factories
  • Town centre schemes

Small Shops cctv does not need to be expensive systems but can achieve great results. From 2 to 4 cameras one monitor and recording a simple system can be installed in a day or two. they can protect staff from abusive customers giving evidence if required, to protecting stock from shop lifters. with a monitor on display showing the would be thieves that they are being watched.

Factories cctv can help protect the property but also keep an eye on the staff just incase of the rogue employee that can take things to far. these may have viewing of live images in multiple offices and reception. For the premises with an unmanned reception CCTV can prove to be invaluable. 

Town centre schemes CCTV tends to be the most technically challenging with lots of remote operators all wanting to view cameras over great distances. councils are moving from leasing BT conections to installing there own and finding great price savings to boot.

There are over 800 different types of digital recording equipment available at the moment. we have great technical expertise to find the right solution for your needs and we are not tied to any one and are extremely versatile finding the right solution for you.