Jonathan

Completely agree that it should be/can be used to prove innocence but where there are people on tape who have no connection to an incident then their personal information/privacy should be protected should it not?

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David Bridge

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Hi David,

I strongly argue that CCTV should be as much for proving the innocence of the wrongly accused as as using it to convict the correctly accused. Blocking out anyone could therefore damage the context.

I made this research paper to that effect available to the Home Secretary, so hopefully you will be getting new rights to protect the innocent as well as prosecuting the guilty: In this other research paper I advocate the automatic processing of CCTV to identify potentially harmful body language to prevent crime in the first place through appropriate intervention: Best Wishes,

Jonathan Bishop FCLIP MScEcon(Aber)

On 10 November 2015 at 13:19, David Bridge <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Will, All

Do you mean masking technology to ensure that innocent people's images are not captured or viewed so data is relevant and not excessive??


It is a question we were asked by the ICO what masking technology do you use?


Cheers to all


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Hello Tony and all,

 

Allied to this, has anyone given any thought to retention of images from personal CCTV (in the case of say Traffic Wardens/Parking Attendants)? Criminal Investigation might be one reason to retain beyond 28 days but what about complaint or fine disputes? My other immediate query would be about content of the images. Are there any DPA issues around other individuals caught by the cameras which need to be considered?

 

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Hi Tony

My only comment is that for your second item (risk to property etc) – the retention period might be better as close of case + 6 years rather than date of accident.

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Madi

 

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London Borough of Merton

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Hi

 

Just talking to our Fire and Rescue service about retention periods for CCTV images. There is already a retention period in place for the bulk of the CCTV footage (i.e 28 days).
 

My question is about how long do others keep CCTV footage that has been dowloaded for potential criminal, civil, insurance investiagation purposes?

 

My assumptions so far are;

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If it is a criminal investigation it will be transferred to relevent agency within the 28 days.
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So the next level of risk is property damage (i.e a fire appliance hitting a car or barrier) which leads me to a retention period of 6 years from the date of the accident for content related to accident/collision.
 

All thoughts and comments welcome

 

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