Cost: £399 + VAT
This workshop examines the legal and practical issues associated with all types of surveillance cameras. Referencing the various legislation as well as the Information Commissioners code and the Surveillance Camera code, the trainer will help you form an action plan for compliance.
Public space and private area surveillance, use of drones, body cams, facial recognition and other software are all examined and discussed with signposts to relevant guidance and published best practice together with addressing the practical issues such as balancing the type of system required with the funds available, and ensuring lawful compliance when inheriting an older system.
This workshop is suitable for all those involved in managing, using or ensuring compliance in relation to surveillance systems and devices across both the public and private sector.
- Identify the lawful requirements and oversight for your particular sytems
- Identify the codes of practice and documentation relevant to your systems
- Explain the terms ‘lawful purpose’ ‘pressing need’ ‘privacy by design’
- Identify the relevant codes of practice and ensure compliance
- Understand the role of Data Protection Officer and registration requirements
- Explain completion of a DPIA (data protection impact assessment) for systems or specific surveillance activity
- Understand how to manage compliance for small and larger systems with diverse objectives
- Discuss specific scenarios, case law and judgements
- Identify online resources to use to ensure compliance
- Explain the role of the civil aviation authority in relation to use of drones
- Identify the regulatory requirements for the use of drones in specific circumstances
A useful overview of surveillance and the law, I found the information around use of Drone technology informative, which will influence decision making in my organisation.
EP, North Tyneside Council