CCTV & Surveillance: Update on Codes & Raising Standards

Confirmed to Speak:

  • Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner for England and Wales
  • Anne Russell, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
  • DCI Mick Neville, Central Forensic Image Team, Metropolitan Police Service
  • Martin Beaumont, CCTV Manager, Huntingdonshire District Council
  • Cllr Simon Blackburn, Chair – Safer and Stronger Communities Board, LGA
  • Ilker Dervish, Director, Comfort Zone
  • (Chair) Roger King, Director, Safer and Stronger Solutions


The regulatory framework for how we use CCTV and surveillance to tackle and deter crime is continually evolving. The Surveillance Camera Commissioner is developing a new National Surveillance Camera Strategy to bring all aspects of surveillance cameras together and provide an overarching framework for surveillance & camera systems, users, manufacturers, installers and designers. 

Attend this briefing to review your surveillance camera strategy and get an up-to-date brief on current & future regulatory changes. This is an opportunity to hear how you can ensure your surveillance camera systems are used proportionately, effectively & transparently. You will also gain practical guidance on the codes, raise standards and improve how surveillance cameras are used inherent in all aspects of the code. 

Key issues to be addressed:

  • Raising standards: what to expect from the new National Surveillance Camera Strategy
  • How well do your surveillance systems measure against the SC code of practice?
  • Up-to-date brief on the ICO’s CCTV code of practice
  • Adapting new technologies and innovative surveillance measures into the regulatory framework
  • Tackling and deterring crime using Body Worn Videos, ANPRs, and drones
  • The rules surrounding obscuring and identifying features of disclosed images
  • Privacy Impact Assessments: understanding where privacy needs to be protected
  • Looking to the future: the evolving nature of surveillance measures
  • Good practice case studies: current effective usage of CCTV in line with the codes of practice 
  • The effect on local authorities: what requirements are placed upon regional and local bodies? 
  • Ensuring transparency: communicating and conveying local surveillance measures to the public 
  • Strategies and tips for effective enforcement 

The event: 

By attending the event you will: gain full overview of the SCC and the ICO CCTV Code of Practice, engage in a forum for discussion with policy makers and practitioners and learn from the best practice in the sector.

Morning refreshments will be served upon arrival with a networking lunch to follow. Any special needs or dietary requirements should be notified to us upon booking.

The event is CPD certified, and a certificate is available confirming your attendance.

For registration enquiries please contact: | 0207 593 5657

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Who should attend?

Delegates will be drawn from a wide spectrum, including but not exclusively: CSPOs, CCTV Managers, CCTV Supervisors, Parking Managers, Enforcement Managers, Station Managers, Neighbourhood Managers, Community Safety Officers,  local authorities, local councils, police services, police authorities, security companies, and delegates with an interest in this area.

Tuesday 4th October 2016

11.00am - 3.30pm (including networking lunch)

ETC Venues Victoria, One Drummond Gate, Pimlico, London, SW1V 2QQ

Private Sector | 1 Place: £295 | 2+ Places: £245 each
Public Sector & Not for Profit | 1 Place: £235 | 2+ Places: £185 each

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