On the 24th October the National CCTV Conference was held at the Thistle Hotel in Glasgow. This was hosted by the Scottish Community Safety Network that facilitates the Scottish CCTV Practioners’ Group. The aim of the conference was to bring together 120 delegates from the private and statutory sectors who have a strategic role in the management and maintenance of CCTV systems in Scotland.
The programme of the conference had been designed in consultation with the Scottish CCTV Practioners’ Group, so it delivered relevant and topical seminars and conversations.
2nd National CCTV Conference Programme
Monday 24 October 2011
Thistle Hotel, Cambridge Street, Glasgow
|08.45 -09.25||Arrival and Registration – Visit to the CCTV Market Place|
|09.30 -09.40||Conference Welcome and Housekeeping arrangements Jacqui Doig – Manager, Scottish Community Safety Network
|09.40 -10.00||Opening Address – ‘A Safer Scotland for all’Scottish Government|
|10.00 10.30||‘Using CCTV Data in Prosecution of Crime’Area Procurator Fiscal
|10.40 -11.10||Coffee Break and Market Place Visits|
|11.10 -1.35||‘Freedom Bill, CCTV Control and Regulation’Andrew Rennison- Interim CCTV Regulator – England and Wales|
|11.35 -12.00||‘Capturing and Processing Data’Kenneth MacDonald – Assistant Information Commissioner – Scotland & NI|
|12.15 -13.15||Lunch and Market Place Visits|
|13.15 -14.25||Workshops 1 Case study: Using the CCTV Evaluation Toolkit (South Lanarkshire Council)This workshop will take you through the use of the CCTV toolkit by an organisation in assessing the provision of existing CCTV infrastructure and making decision and recommendations on future provision and suggested efficiencies.
2 Case Study: Work of the Digital Media Information Unit (DMIU)
This workshop will explain the work of the DMIU and take you through case studies, on how the work of the Unit was instrumental in using recorded images in the investigation of serious crimes.
3 Case Study: Body Worn CCTV(Renfrewshire & Grampian Projects)
This workshop will take you through a study of the introduction of the use of body worn CCTV and explains how the agencies involved have also used it amongst non- police staff and have won considerable support of its use in the prosecution of crime.
|1430 – 14.50||‘The Pathway from Analogue to Digital’Conference Sponsors – BT presentation|
|15.00 -15.30||‘Review of the National Occupational Standards for CCTV’ Skills for Security|
|15.40 -15.50||Close of proceedings: –David McSherry, South Lanarkshire Council – Chair, National CCTV Practitioners’ Group|
|15.50 -16.15||Final Visit to the CCTV Marketplace|
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