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Re: Children, CCTV & School

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Pounder Chris <[log in to unmask]>

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Pounder Chris <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 22 Sep 2004 12:58:54 +0100

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I would check whether CCTV cameras fall within the static CCTV guidance
the OIC has issued in the context of shopkeepers - if so, there is no DP
problems 

http://ico-cms.amaze.co.uk/DocumentUploads/cctv%20additional%20guidance.
pdf

I should add that I think this CCTV advice is a load of cobblers - but
the OIC has it there at the moment. It could be a handy "get out of jail
free" card if needed.

C

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[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Clementine Amawo
Sent: 22 September 2004 12:32
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Subject: Children, CCTV & School


Advice needed fast please.

Scenario:
13yr old male child (lets call him 'John Smith') gets on bus. Other male
children for whatever reason attack the female bus driver. John Smith
hears the fracas and as he knows the boys attacking the bus driver
entrers the fray to try and push his 'friends' off the driver. Meanwhile
all this is being caught on CCTV.

Investigation is started and 'John Smith' is suspended from school for 2
days. Investigations reveal that 'John Smith' is not guilty and returns
to school.

A few days later, the CCTV imamges of the incident is shown to the whole
school during assembly to reiterate the fact - how not to behave / this
behaviour will not be tolerated - you know, 'teach them a lesson'. The
CCTV images blatently show the faces of all those involved in the
incident including 'John Smiths'.'John Smith' is upset and embarrassed
about the fact that his face has been shown to all.

Mother of 'John Smith' wants to know where her son stands in terms of
Data Protection. She is sure that somewhere along the line the Act has
been breached, as no one asked for her or her son's permission before
his image was shown to all and sundry at his school.

What advice can I give her? Has she got a case? I would have thought so,
but I am not too sure.

Thanks
Clementine Amawo
Info. Mngt. Officer (IT)
C33 Housing Group

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