Andrew Rennison, the UK’s first surveillance camera commissioner, has said the government plans to set up new rules covering the private use of CCTV systems.
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A new Surveillance Camera Code of Practice has been published by the Home Office, setting out guidelines for local authority use of CCTV and Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR).
Andrew Rennission, the Surveillance Camera Commissioner and Forensic Science Regulator, will most likely step down from his job in February 2014, he has revealed.
The draft code of practice for CCTV systems has been issued by the Surveillance Camera Commissioner, Andrew Rennison. We have details on the consultation around the code as well as an interview with the Commissioner who talks candidly about the need to balance security and privacy.
We also continue our series of features, Rooms with a View, which take an inside look at CCTV systems and control rooms around the UK and, in this issue, overseas too.
We also look ahead to the coming year, asking what issues will preoccupy our conversations and debates this year. And we have a star interview – the former White House security chief John Gill talking about VIP protection, CCTV and PSIM.
In October 2012, the first-ever Surveillance Camera Commissioner Andrew Rennison was splashed on the front
The Global MSC security seminar in Leeds on Tuesday attracted 160 representatives from the industry for a day of networking and presentations and featured a keynote address by CCTV commissioner Andrew Rennison.
Andrew Rennison, the forensic science regulator, who has recently been appointed the first ever Surveillance
The BSIA’s technical director, Alex Carmichael, has come out strongly against comments by the newly-appointed surveillance camera commissioner which were reported in The Independent newspaper.
Andrew Rennison, the forensic science regulator, has been appointed the first ever surveillance camera commissioner
Global MSC Security is delighted to announce that the Interim CCTV Regulator, Andrew Rennison, will be