It is probably worth reviewing the CCTV Code of Practice as it states:

 

“When disclosing surveillance images of individuals, particularly when responding to subject access requests, you need to consider whether the identifying features of any of the other individuals in the image need to be obscured. In most cases the privacy intrusion to third party individuals will be minimal and obscuring images will not be required. However, consideration should be given to the nature and context of the footage.” (page 16)

 

You would therefore probably need to review what the footage is showing (time/location etc) as to how sensitive the information is. CCTV footage of a public area is more likely to be given, than a more private area or sensitive location such as a GP surgery.

 

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Hi,

 

Just out of interest, how to people deal with SARs for CCTV where other people are identifiable in the footage?

 

Best wishes,

 

Michelle

 

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