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195 The picture is not clear: How many CCTV surveillance cameras in the UK?

The typical report about CCTV tends to use language derived from dystopian visions of the future, such as “1984”, that play on preconceptions about the use by state or police controlled societies of spies in the community. It is on this basis that many studies and media reports about CCTV surveillance concentrate on the control of the proliferation of cameras, the cost of their maintenance and operation and whether they are successful or a waste of resource. CCTV cameras are frequently portrayed as an object of fear.

The major purpose of this document is to outline a set of methods that can be used in combination to produce an estimate of the number of cameras per property sector or to assist with correlation of other estimates.

21 August 2015/Author: Anonym/Number of views (15144)/Comments (0)/

188 Security of Heritage Properties - a guide

This guide provides security advice relating to the protection of listed and heritage buildings, taking into account a range of security solutions that can be deployed where certain restrictions apply.

21 August 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (14326)/Comments (0)/

217 - BS EN 62676 series – Guidance for customers about grading and other important matters

This guide is intended to help purchasers of CCTV systems understand the implications of the BS EN 62676 series of standards introduced for CCTV from 2014. This guide does not describe all of the requirements of a CCTV system

04 June 2015/Author: Kirstie Anwyl-Hughes/Number of views (14253)/Comments (0)/

218 Graded requirements under BS EN 62676 Standards for CCTV

A technical guide for installers, specifiers and manufacturers

These guidelines are for use in conjunction with the BS EN 62676 series of standards for "Video Surveillance Systems for Use in Security Applications".  In particular they give guidance on the requirements in BS EN 62676-1-1 - System Requirements General.
03 February 2015/Author: Kirstie Anwyl-Hughes/Number of views (14606)/Comments (0)/

BS 8418 seminars

During IFSEC 2007, the BSIA held a seminar session on BS 8418 - the standard for detector-activated, remotely monitored CCTV. Download the presentation for information on the standard and a number of case studies about the benefits that a BS 8418 system can bring.
08 October 2014/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (7579)/Comments (0)/