Closed-circuit television (CCTV) is used in conjunction with other security systems, either for identification or surveillance reasons. It should only be used if proportionate to the need and if all other security options have been considered. It is not a complete security solution, as it should be linked with an access control or intruder detection system.

The topic covers how to set up and run an effective CCTV system and how to comply with legislation associated with such monitoring.

Employers' Duties

Duties Under the Human Rights Act 1998

Employers must ensure their closed-circuit television (CCTV) surveillance system has a legitimate purpose and is proportionate.

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