The pitfalls of installing CCTV in the office

Legislation clearly outlines the responsibilities of organisations and the rights of workers when they are under camera surveillance

19th February, 2017

CCTV has become such an everyday part of our lives that we barely notice it anymore.

It’s in stores, at the ATM, on the street, along the motorway and in many, many other public places. In short, it’s everywhere. And now it’s increasingly becoming part of the workplace environment.

There’s little doubt that CCTV footage has a recognised usefulness including the deterrence, prevention, detection and prosecution of crime, anti-social...

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